Tesla FSD Beta 10.3 Put to the Test in Canada by an American [VIDEOS]

Photo: @JeffTutorials

Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta 10.4 is set to drop for users with safety scores of 98 and up on November 5, according to Tesla head Elon Musk, and meanwhile, users all over North America are sharing their experiences with the technology.

On Thursday, @JeffTutorials shared new videos of some Tesla FSD beta 10.3 testing in Canada, showing one particular yielding right turn that was successful. In the short videos, the Tesla gets into a right-hand lane at a red light with a yield sign, creeping up very slowly, then accelerating upon sensing that there were no cars coming.

Here are some other FSD beta 10.3 tests in Canada, where the system wasn’t too good:

Another another one:

The news comes amidst an ongoing update rollout for Tesla’s FSD beta users, slowly descending from perfect safety scores to those with 99, then 98, and so on, to be tested on public roads.

Earlier this month, Tesla responded to an ongoing investigation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) over its Autopilot system, and was asked by the agency to follow up with some answers about its FSD technology.

Tesla was also asked by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to limit where users can test the software, though the agency has no regulatory power – only investigative, and in the wake of accidents.

Last month, San Francisco and California officials also expressed concerns about the upcoming rollout of the FSD technology.

Tesla has also implemented a “3 strikes” rule to help users enforce safe driving amidst the ongoing rollout.