Moon misses Tesla’s selfie drive car, mistaking it as a traffic light, braking again

Tesla’s self-propelled car is a good example of advanced technology, but there is still room for further improvement in this technology. Recently, there was an incident where Tesla believed his automated car’s auto-pilot system needed an upgrade. The incident occurred a few days ago, when the car was trying to slow down, with the moon visible in the sky as a traffic light.

This problem of getting in a car increased the stress of the owner
Recently, Jordan Nelson, who bought a Tesla car, was going somewhere with his high-tech self-driving Tesla car. This time, he noticed that his car was slowing down again and again for no reason. Nelson tried to understand the problem in the car, but he immediately understood nothing. However, after some time he came to know the real reason behind the car’s slowdown.

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The car mistook the moon as a yellow light for a traffic signal
In his investigation, Nelson found his car mistaken for the moon as a yellow traffic light, and that’s why the car repeatedly tried to slow down. Faced with this strange issue of the car, Nelson shared a video post about it on Twitter, tagging the company’s CEO, Elon Musk. In this post, he tagged Elon Musk and wrote that he should ask his team to check the car’s auto pilot system.

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No answer from Elon Musk
The video, shared by Nelson, has garnered over 1 million views so far. The video received several criticisms on the Internet, including users expressing their concerns about the self-driving car’s auto-pilot system and passenger safety. Currently, there is no comment from Elon Musk on this matter.

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