Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Stop Signs and Road Markings

When driving with Autosteer or Traffic-aware Cruise Control engaged, and Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control enabled, Model Y is designed to respond as follows when approaching intersections controlled by stop signs, stop lines, or road markings:

Stop Signs and Road Markings
No Traffic Control

Stop Signs and Road Markings
Arm of T-junction

  Model Y assumes the right of way and continues straight without slowing down or stopping.

Stop Signs and Road Markings
End of T-junction

  If Model Y detects a T-junction based on the map data, Model Y slows down and comes to a complete stop at the red stop line displayed on the instrument panel. When you want to proceed, you must take over steering and acceleration.

WARNING: Model Y may not stop at a T-junction that does not have a stop sign or stop line, or if the T-junction is not included in the map data. Drive attentively and be prepared to stop (when necessary and/or appropriate).

Stop Signs and Road Markings
Stop Sign

Stop Signs and Road Markings
Stop Sign and Road Marking

Stop Signs and Road Markings
Road Marking

  Model Y slows down and comes to a complete stop at the red stop line displayed on the instrument panel. When you want to proceed through the intersection, you must briefly press the accelerator pedal.

NOTE: If you confirm that you want to proceed through an intersection controlled by a stop sign by briefly pressing the accelerator pedal before Model Y has stopped, your confirmation is ignored. Model Y is not designed to proceed through a stop sign without stopping.

NOTE: Even when using Autosteer, and even if you have engaged a turn signal, you must turn the steering wheel yourself (which cancels Autosteer) to complete a turn at an intersection.

WARNING: Model Y also slows down and stops at a roundabout. You must take over steering (which cancels Autosteer) and briefly press the accelerator pedal to confirm that you want to continue through the roundabout.

WARNING: At crosswalks, Model Y may slow down and may stop, depending on whether the crosswalk is controlled by a traffic light and whether the cameras detect pedestrians, bicyclists, etc. in the crosswalk. Pay particular attention at crosswalks and be prepared to take over at any time. Failure to do so can result in injury or death.

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