Incident 209: Tesla Disabled “Rolling Stop” Functionality Associated with the “Aggressive” Driving Mode
The Assertive feature may lead to Tesla's engaging in more rolling stops, which could violate U.S. traffic laws.
Tesla has brought back its Full Self-Driving (FSD) profiles around three months after pulling the feature from an October updat…
Profiles are back in Tesla’s latest “Full Self-Driving” beta 10.3 with an “Assertive Mode” that may perform rolling stops and other borderline maneuvers, The Verge has reported. The update was originally released in October 2021 with three …
Drivers can choose from Chill, Average, and Assertive profiles.
Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta lets you choose from three driving “profiles” that dictate how the car will react to certain situations on the road. Each mode, “Chill,” “A…
Adjusting following distance, lane change speeds, and even executing rolling stops.
Drivers using Tesla (NASDAQGS:TSLA +7.43%) ‘s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta can now choose between three different driving profiles that will determine how t…
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Number of potentially involved: 53,822
Estimated percentage with defect: 100%
Description of Defect
Description of the Defect: A software functionality referred to as “rolling stop” allows the vehicle to travel through all-way-st…