Nags are now coming every 10 seconds instead of 30.
Distance/speed HAS to do something with it. When I sit in traffic it doesn't nag me nearly as quick when I'm going 75 on the highway."Pressing" or "gripping" the wheel is not what's required. Torque is. You can squeeze it all you want but that doesn't help. If you ever had a car that didn't want to track straight ahead due to worn treads or alignment, the force required to keep it straight is what Teslas need. The nags are not distance related, they are time related.