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Tesla vehicles can now recognise and respond to traffic lights, stop signs

by Rahul Chauhan
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With a software update, some Tesla vehicles can now recognize and respond to traffic lights and stop signs. The update is available in vehicles equipped with the third version of the on-board computer that powers the autopilot, which the company & # 39; Hardware 3 & # 39; calls.

When the & # 39; Traffic light and stop sign control & # 39; is activated, the car is decelerated to a stop at traffic lights and stop signs. Drivers must pull the autopilot handle once or manually press the accelerator to move through the stop line.

“Performance may deteriorate in difficult environments with pedestrians, rain, direct sunlight or when approaching traffic controls that are obstructed,” The Verge cited the company’s statement. The company also advised its drivers to pay close attention and “be ready to take immediate action at all times, including brakes.” (ANI)

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