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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by m3tx, Aug 6, 2018.
Is there any way to know the breakdown of miles driven on autopilot vs manual?
I have been wondering this too
Tesla Autopilot Miles | MIT Human-Centered AI
This is a fascinating blog to answer your questions.
It is quite hypnotic to watch the miles clocking up.
Also i believe his estimates are very conservative re actual miles on autopilot.
Any body can join in with data
I think OP may be referring to finding out the numbers that they specifically have driven on autopilot. Although one can hazard a guess based on the link you provided, there are too many variables to extract a reasonable answer on individual AP use from aggregate AP use.
Aside from keeping notes yourself, I'm not aware of a way. The car may or may not be keeping track from trip to trip, but I've never seen anyone able to access that data.
My guess is that the Tesla servers has this information. Does anyone know if Tesla is willing to provide information if we ask?
Agree...so its just a matter of any of those 3rd part data "apps" knowing how to mine it for presenting to us via the API.
Never seen this data in the data output ....
Wanted to check and see if anyones been able to find this?
I read an article the other day stating Tesla passed 1 billion auto pilot miles so they clearly have this data.
Would love to see my own stats if possible.
Only Tesla has the data. I don't think there's anyway for us to get our stats.
I’d love a “stats” screen that is similar to what some video games show.
It could have things like autopilot miles, lifetime Wh/mi, highest/lowest trip Wh/mi, longest trip, etc.
I love stats too. There are so many stats I wished Tesla would allow us to access via the app. They have all of our stats. It's just a matter of them allowing us to access it.