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Tesla starts judging owners it charged $10,000 for self-driving

Elon Musk has said that on Friday, the electric-car maker will roll out an updated version of its Full Self-Driving beta software, which until now has only been available to roughly 2,000 people

Tesla will assess driving behaviour for seven days to allow users access to the  Full Self-Driving beta software
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Tesla will assess driving behaviour for seven days to allow users access to the Full Self-Driving beta software

Craig Trudell & Dana Hull | Bloomberg
The wait is almost over for some Tesla customers to get access to driver-assistance technology the company has marketed in controversial ways — as long as they’re on their best behaviour.
 
Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has said that on Friday, the electric-car maker will roll out an updated version of its Full Self-Driving beta software, which until now has only been available to roughly 2,000 people.
 
Those with access to this ever-updating software —a mix of Tesla employees and fervent Musk fans — have for almost a year been honing a system the company has charged as

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First Published: Sep 25 2021 | 3:19 AM IST

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