That's right.Nav still gets traffic info.
As an aside, PC shows google traffic info, but the nav uses a different system/provider for its traffic info irrespective of PC, and sometimes the 2 don’t match.
I probably should have searched Tesla FAQs before asking, but I just found this on the Tesla UK site in the FAQs.My model 3 just had premium conectivity turned off, so I have been using a wireless dongle. Traffic is no longer shown on the map, and the car no longer routes round problems. As proven last week when it tried sending me down the M3 when it was closed.
Is the only way to resolve this to re-subscribe to PC or is there a function I can enable on the car to allow traffic routing ?
As proven last week when it tried sending me down the M3 when it was closed.
I don't think there's a notification to say that the route has changed due to congestion
the car no longer routes round problems
Im not sure that fits with what I am seeing on my daily commute to work. Last week the Motorway was completely closed with a 2 hour diversion, google maps wanted me to divert, the car didn't notice the closure and still said it would take me 30 minutes to get home. I don't have Waze, but I would be staggered if it handnt noticed a motorway closure.That's just that the car SatNav didn't have that data at that time (which, for example, Waze might well have had).
Traffic re-routing is available without premium connectivity ... but tis only as good as the data source I use both Waze for traffic-routing as I find it more accurate, and the car SatNav for the map.
At this time I see no evidence that traffic based routing is functional on my car.
you can still end up joining an evolving traffic problem
driving through a recently cleared traffic problem