Over my almost 6 years of Tesla ownership, and probably over 30 firmware updates, I don’t recall ever manually rebooting my cars after an update. I don’t understand why you would do that.In the past I would reboot it manually after each update
Not in my opinion.If it rebooted itself, is there still a need to manually reboot?
Pretty sure the reboot is part of the install of every update, historically. I mean, it's a full software update!
“Quarks” are present in all matter. By definition.Reboot because after some update there are some quarks. I have experience a few of it.