I know TACC is probably designed for american highways, but I expected it to also work well on most "major" roads. In my case, the main road between two of the biggest cities in Norway. Very often when the car in front of me enters a curve, the car aparantly loses track of it and disengages TACC. This has some annoying and potentially dangerous results... When it disengages TACC, it will start to speed up since cruise is still engaged, and right after the curve it will detect the car in front and quickly slow down. Resulting in a, well, not very smooth ride... I also had one potentially dangerous situation: It disengaged TACC when the car in front turned, my car increased the speed since cruise was still on. While my car was accellerating towards the car in front, the car in front had slowed down entering another curve. Resulting in my car going way too fast, and detecting the car in front very late. It started to slowly brake (not enough!), and then suddenly, without warning it just deactivated TACC/cruise! I had to quickly step in and brake myself. The problem is obviously that the car only looks straight forward when following a car. It should be able to detect that the car in front enters a curve, and then watch to the side instead. Especially when you are entering the curve yourself - it should understand that there's no point in looking straight foward, when you are turning the steering wheel. I should probably rather report this to Tesla instead of posting it here, but I don't know where I can give Tesla feedback.