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  # 2329248 3-Oct-2019 20:33
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Again not hating on Tesla. This video just posted

Here's an interesting situation: who gets the ticket when a driverless Tesla runs a stop sign in a parking lot when summoned, and gets pulled over by cops?

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  # 2329249 3-Oct-2019 20:37
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kingdragonfly: Again not hating on Tesla. This video just posted

Here's an interesting situation: who gets the ticket when a driverless Tesla runs a stop sign in a parking lot when summoned, and gets pulled over by cops?

Skip to 5 minute mark



Most parking lots in NZ private property. Don't bother calling the police unless someone is injured or killed. They don't want to know.

But the person controlling the car is always responsible.




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  # 2329253 3-Oct-2019 20:51
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Linuxluver:

But the person controlling the car is always responsible.

 

 

 

Sooo....Elon Musk then? ;)

 

 


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  # 2329255 3-Oct-2019 21:12
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networkn:

Linuxluver:

But the person controlling the car is always responsible.


 


Sooo....Elon Musk then? ;)


 



LOL! Worth a crack. :-)




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  # 2331695 7-Oct-2019 08:28
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SumnerBoy:

 

Anyone else here running TeslaUsb? I have a little Raspberry Pi Zero hidden under my center console, plugged into a spare USB port. When my M3 arrives home it automatically uploads all new clips from the dashcam or Sentry Mode to my NAS. Works very well and has already been updated for V10 so it includes the rear camera view (alongside the front, left, right). Means I don't ever have to remember to take a thumb drive out and download the clips.

 

Next is to write a script to scan for new content and run tesla_dashcam on the clips. That tool combines the one minute clips from all 4 camera feeds into a single multi-min video with all views shown. It has all sorts of options, like different layouts for the 4 camera views, speed-up, even shorten (where it removes duplicate frames to shrink footage).

 

Pretty awesome what the Tesla community has come up with already!

 

 

My boss has this setup now and is loving it - soon as he parks the car, it uploads his clips, and he found he can throw his music/videos onto his NAS and they get auto loaded to the car as well :)

 

 





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  # 2331730 7-Oct-2019 09:50
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Spotted a white M3 passing through main street near home. Not sure yet if it was a local or visiting.

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  # 2334812 10-Oct-2019 11:11
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Obraik:

The first used Model 3 has hit TradeMe https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/tesla/auction-2350146210.htm?rsqid=0291202c6581412a83565f1651a3bb5c-002



That's basically my car, except I won't have mine for a few more weeks. :-)




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  # 2334814 10-Oct-2019 11:11
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Obraik:

 

The first used Model 3 has hit TradeMe https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/tesla/auction-2350146210.htm?rsqid=0291202c6581412a83565f1651a3bb5c-002

 

 

Thats the second M3 I've see for sale (other was just on FB) and both are due to wife/girlfriend not wanting to keep theirs.


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  # 2334815 10-Oct-2019 11:12
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Linuxluver:
Obraik:

 

The first used Model 3 has hit TradeMe https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/tesla/auction-2350146210.htm?rsqid=0291202c6581412a83565f1651a3bb5c-002

 



That's basically my car, except I won't have mine for a few more weeks. :-)

 

Cancel your order and save yourself some $$!


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  # 2334862 10-Oct-2019 11:22
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mikebails:

Linuxluver:
Obraik:


The first used Model 3 has hit TradeMe https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/tesla/auction-2350146210.htm?rsqid=0291202c6581412a83565f1651a3bb5c-002




That's basically my car, except I won't have mine for a few more weeks. :-)


Cancel your order and save yourself some $$!



Mine is cheaper. It's actually Long Range. So 18" wheels (I preferred!!) and one of the two motors is slightly less powerful (which might be software set). Otherwise, identical.




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  # 2334868 10-Oct-2019 11:27
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Linuxluver: 

 

Mine is cheaper. It's actually Long Range. So 18" wheels (I preferred!!) and one of the two motors is slightly less powerful (which might be software set). Otherwise, identical.

 

Not quite identical then ;) 

 

The performance model in the listing has bigger brakes, bigger wheels, lower suspension, and a teeny spoiler on the boot. Software wise, it has track mode and it has the 3.4s 0-100 performance vs the 4.6s 0-100 of the LR model.


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  # 2334871 10-Oct-2019 11:29
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I've got $5, who wants to give me the rest :-)


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  # 2334874 10-Oct-2019 11:32
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Obraik:

Linuxluver: 


Mine is cheaper. It's actually Long Range. So 18" wheels (I preferred!!) and one of the two motors is slightly less powerful (which might be software set). Otherwise, identical.


Not quite identical then ;) 


The performance model in the listing has bigger brakes, bigger wheels, lower suspension, and a teeny spoiler on the boot. Software wise, it has track mode and it has the 3.4s 0-100 performance vs the 4.6s 0-100 of the LR model.



Teah. I don't want *any*:of that. The bits I DO want are identical. ;-)




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  # 2334883 10-Oct-2019 11:43
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Obraik:

 

The first used Model 3 has hit TradeMe https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/tesla/auction-2350146210.htm?rsqid=0291202c6581412a83565f1651a3bb5c-002

 

 

Looking at that advert and the other similar cars listed even at second hand prices they are far far too expensive for this poor Kiwi. People like me will be buying ICE vehicles for a while yet.

 

 





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