If you didn’t have the chance to try Tesla autopilot before then you should know that it can handle complex driving situations like traffic lights, roundabouts, and unprotected left turns.
Tesla’s autopilot software engineers are situated in the US. So once you are out of the US, autopilot’s ability to deal with that situation decreases. Whether in China, the Middle East, or the rest of Asia, they all suffer from the same problem.
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Responding to WholeMarsCatalog who wrote on Twitter “European Autopilot users complain to me every day about incorrect speed limits and not getting to the correct speed before you cross the sign. It would be great if you could have someone see what’s going on for them”. Musk replied to the tweet “we’re aiming for a significant improvement for owners outside the US around March”
We’re aiming for a significant improvement for owners outside the US around March, depending on regulatory approvals
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 22, 2021
The timing of Tesla Autopilot improvement is perfect because it fits given Europe’s dedication to increasing road safety. That will happen by a series of regulations that require an installment of vehicle safety systems.
The new regulation will offer Tesla a simple and accurate guide to get regulatory approvals in the EU. Obviously Trying to comply with regulations for several countries is easier than in each European nation.