Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta to Welcome EV Owners with 95 Safety Score
Tesla Full Self Driving (FSD) Beta now embraces electric vehicle (EV) owners who have an lower safety score of 95, as promised from Elon Musk.
Tesla Full Self Driving Beta and Safety Score
The Beta Program of Tesla FSD began welcoming new members at the beginning of this year, so they satisfy the requirement for a safety score.
CEO (CEO) and the founder of Tesla Musk, who is also Musk, the ultra-rich Musk launched an safety score when the button to request FSD was introduced in the year 2000.
Tesla has then instructed its drivers to check their driving habits to determine if they are eligible to participate in The Beta Program of FSD.
The safety score rates Tesla drivers between 100 and zero, based on their conduct behind the driving.
The huge EV maker estimates that the average score of its customers should be about 80 percent.
However FSD Beta Program FSD Beta Program requires a extremely high security score of at least the 98th percentile.
However, the requirement to score safety was updated on June 6.
Tesla FSD Beta Lowers Safety Score Requirement
The automaker owned by billionaire Elon Musk began to accept Tesla owners with lower scores for safety than 98.
Elon Musk on FSD Safety Scores
The billionaire tech entrepreneur Musk tweeted last June 5 that the brand new FSD Beta 10.12.2 software update will be accepting more automobile owners.
Musk is the Tesla CEO claims that the company will grow to around one hundred thousand people.
The tech executive also revealed that the upcoming 10.13 update will bring more exciting features. The roll-out that follows will start with roads without the requirement for maps information.
It is important to note that Tesla boss himself suggested in May of last year it was possible that the EV maker may offer its Beta Program to people with scores of 95+.