10 Do's And Don'ts To Consider When Using Tesla’s Autopilot

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This is how you prevent minor or major mishaps with hands off the wheel.

Engineering Explained does a pretty good job of giving otherwise clueless motorists some tips and tricks for extending the longevity of their double clutch transmissions and turbocharged engines, but there is a newer technology that has emerged and the general public could use some help with it. In a Tesla, that technology is Autosteer and Traffic-Aware Cruise Control, the culmination of which makes up the Autopilot system. Some users are more inept than others, but both parties should watch and learn how to properly use the system.

Just remember that the distractions can still be deadly even if the car is in control.

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