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NOAP tried to exit at 60mph onto lay-by


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Oct 10, 2019
The other evening I was on the A38 heading northeastwards south of Derby with noap engaged. The exit turning (A61 towards Chesterfield I think) was maybe 1/4 to 1/2 a mile away but as I passed a lay-by, the car suddenly indicated and tried to turn off the main carriageway, clearly treating the lay-by as the exit off-ramp.

Fortuneatly no harm done, but my car crossed the lane marker and if I hadn't been on highest alert (as I usually am when AP / Noap engaged) I would have slammed into a parked lorry and cars.

Good clear weather. Quite unsettling.

This was in a model X loaner, 2017, current software (10.1 / MCU1 / AP2 I guess)

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