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I tried out FSD for a month and this was one of the features I never cared to test, seems more novelty than anything but I would never trust it outside of an empty parking lot.
Right, clearly it's nowhere near ready for normal drivers in real situations. Makes you wonder if any of them are getting close to true autonomous driving, I see a ton of those Waymore cars in San Francisco and while they have a driver sitting at ready the car seems to handle everything on its own, of course it has obtrusive lidar sensors spinning everywhere but I wonder how well it works.IMO, Tesla has over-promised and under-delivered on their autonomous driving features.
I have said repeatedly that a driver's first job is "Don't Hit Stuff!" (though there do seem to be some drivers whose behavior suggests they disagree). Following the lines is one thing, but a vehicle that is inclined to hit stuff is simply designed wrong. Not designed poorly, flat out wrong.