Tesla halts new full autonomous driving beta installations until recall is addressed End-shutdown

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Tesla is suspending new installations of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta software in the US and Canada until a firmware update can be issued to address a safety recall, according to a new company support page. The automaker issued the recall this month at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which determined that the advanced driver assistance feature could pose a “crash hazard.”

Tesla vehicle owners who just purchased the $15,000 FSD add-on, or who previously purchased it but have not yet opted in, will not be able to access it until after the automaker issues an over-the-air ( OTA software update). Tesla hasn’t provided a timeline for the update’s rollout, but says it won’t be immediate…

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