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Monday, January 24, 2022

Larry Magid: Tesla’s full self-driving is promising, but far from ready

As a Silicon Valley resident, I’m used to seeing autonomous vehicles from Waymo, Nuro and other companies being tested on local roads by professional drivers, and now I’m one of them. But instead of paying me to test Tesla’s autonomous driving technology, I paid $ 7,000 (now $ 10,000 or $ 200 a month) for this privilege. And after a couple of weeks

Larry Magid (Gary Reyes / Mercury News)

While testing the beta version of “Full Self Driving (FSD)” I am disappointed with its current behavior, but I am optimistic that it will get much better over time. To become a tester, you must pay for FSD and agree to have Tesla automatically monitor your driving to see if you qualify based on how well you avoid hard braking, forward collision warnings, aggressive cornering, unsafe following. and forcibly disabling autopilot after “Tesla determined that you took your hands off the wheel and became inattentive.” It took me a while to get a high enough safety score to get through the beta, but I still reached that milestone.

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