My Model 3 had a deep gouge in it's front bumper at delivery so I was given a BMW X3 as a loaner while Tesla removed and repainted the bumper. The X3 did a great job of recognizing the speed limit signs which made me wonder if it has technology to "see" the signs and display them on the dash. Yesterday, however, I drove my Model 3 in a rural area for an hour and at least 90% of the time it didn't display any speed limit on the monitor so it defaulted to an autopilot speed limit which was much less than the posted speed limit. Kind of frustrating. From what I understand, the problem seems to be with inaccurate/outdated Google maps. Is this something that could be remedied with future software updates or are we stuck with less than ideal Autopilot in these situations?