As in driving the car normally (not on TACC) at a very different speed to speed limit signs or using accelerator whilst on TACC/AP to maintain a higher speed.
It didn't work, neither did turning the warning off. We are stuck with this one.I have an issue on my daily route where 30mph roadworks have the word END signposted once out of the works ( I really wanted to type 'at the end' there). Needless to say the car maintains the 30+3 (I wish this could be set to 10%). I am fairly sure that if engage AP and then accelerate up to 50 ish, and press the indicated speed displayed once it resets the limit to the current speed. I could not test today because I had another Tesla in front of me!
Raise my % idea on Tesla ideas website https://teslaideas.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Set-speed-limit-tolerance-as-Percent/416449-46665?submitted=1
Not sure if link works.
Absolute good luck with the bug report with a U.K. accent. For me it works about 1% of the time. I have to try it time and time again and it begins to get time consuming and dangerous.There IS a way to feedback. And the example here is very apposite.
I have similar problems with speed signs being picked up from side roads and agacent carriageways as well as incorrect reading of conditional signs that didn't apply to me.
Does it read the right speed and then display something different or does it incorrectly read the speed? For me it’s been right about 95%
Yeah, the issue I'm seeing is it reading the wrong signs but correctly. The main problem seems to be where there's a sign (usually 20 or 30) right at the junction for a side street off a main road. The car reads that as applying to the main road not the side street. It then seems to stubbornly refuse to change it's mind until it sees another sign.Does it read the right speed and then display something different or does it incorrectly read the speed? For me it’s been right about 95%
I had this a few weeks ago - noticed the car detecting this as a National Speed Limit sign in a pedestrian-heavy 30 zone in a little village
Anyone else noticed this (or similar?)
Just got a software update and haven't tried it since...will report back next time I drive that road.
Side point - and I realise people will see that thats not a real road sign - but I'm really surprised that the van can have that on it?!