Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control

Tesla Model Y (2020-2024) Owner's Manual / Autopilot / Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control

NOTE: Depending on market region, vehicle configuration, options purchased, and software version, your vehicle may not be equipped with Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control, or the feature may not operate exactly as described.

NOTE: Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control is a BETA feature and works best on roads that are frequently driven by Tesla vehicles. Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control attempts to stop at all traffic lights and may also stop at green lights.

Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control is designed to recognize and respond to traffic lights and stop signs, slowing Model Y to a stop when using Traffic-Aware cruise control or Autosteer. This feature uses the vehicle's forward-facing cameras, in addition to GPS data, and slows the car for all detected traffic lights, including green, blinking yellow, and off lights in addition to stop signs and some road markings. As Model Y approaches an intersection, the instrument panel displays a notification indicating the intention to slow down. You must confirm that you want to continue or Model Y stops at the red line displayed on the instrument panel's driving visualization.

WARNING: NEVER make assumptions and predict when and where Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control will stop or continue through an intersection or road marking. From a driver's perspective, the behavior of Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control may appear inconsistent. Always pay attention to the roadway and be prepared to take immediate action. It is the driver's responsibility to determine whether to stop or continue through an intersection. Never depend on Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control to determine when it is safe and/or appropriate to stop or continue through an intersection.

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 Before Using

Before using Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control, you must: Ensure that forward-facing cameras are unobstructed (see Cleaning Cameras and Sensors) and calibrated (see Drive to Calibrate Cameras

 Traffic Lights

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 contro

 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 contro

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 Valet Mode

When Model Y is in Valet mode, the following restrictions apply: Speed is limited to 70 mph (113 km/h). Maximum acceleration and power are limited. Front trunk and glovebox are locked. Home and Work locations are not available in the navigation system. Voice commands are disabled. Autopilo

 Accessing the Cargo Area

To access the cargo area inside the rear trunk, pull up the strap at the rear of the cargo cover. You can then fold the cargo cover forward or remove it from Model Y. Secure all cargo before moving Model Y, and place heavy cargo in the lower trunk compartment. The cargo weight should be distr

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