Must be Canada , i have no issues in the USA on roadsTo be clear, it has nothing to do with speed, it's just that I primarily notice the issue on residential roads, where by the nature of the road, I am driving at 50Km/h or slower speeds in general. If I had the ability to set a speed threshold for the auto high-beams, it would mean that they would likely only turn on when I'm on a highway or back road where I find they work mostly as intended. I see now how my OP may have been confusing.
people driving 100k tesla complain about auto high beams,I don't think it has anything to do with the geographic location, it's just how the headlights are programmed. I had the same problem on my Touring Hatchback with auto high beams.
I am pretty sure that is just your lane departure system working, so if you don't signal but cross the line, it will get upset as it doesn't know your move was intentional. You can disable it entirely with the button below and next to the steering wheel and then you shouldn't have that issue anymore. The car doesn't know if someone is beside it or not as it has no actual blind spot monitoring aside from the lanewatch camera.Another I find annoying is the wheel vibration when swapping lanes without indicating - I will always do so when there's somebody to indicate to, but often there's nobody else there, so why indicate to nobody?
Indeed! I just turned mine off as I am like you, I don't always bother signaling if there is nobody around or to take an exit.That's very true.
Still annoying just the same!!
auto on/off headlights i’m cool with.
auto highbeams not so much. was on a roadtrip recently and was behind some idiot with no trailer lights on. the auto highbeams kept tripping out so i just disengaged them.