How to Get a Perfect 100 Tesla Safety Score for FSD Beta [VIDEO]
Tesla recently launched the ability for Canadians to tap the ‘Request Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta’ button, marking the introduction of the latter software in Canada.
With Tesla’s 2022.4.5.4 software update, it brings FSD beta requests for those that have paid the $10,600 CAD add-on to Autopilot.
But prior to FSD beta being made available to download, Tesla owners need to compete for a nearly perfect Safety Score, based on driving habits to ensure a safe rollout of the software. The following factors are considered by Tesla:
- Forward Collision Warnings per 1,000 Kilometers
- Hard Braking
- Aggressive turning
- Unsafe Following
- Forced Autopilot Disengagement
If you want to learn how to get a perfect 100 Safety Score in Canada or the USA, check out the following helpful video from Northern Tesla:
By using Autopilot as many times as possible and maintaining a safe distance from vehicles in front of you, it will allow you to reduce the chances of getting dinged on your Safety Score.
On Thursday morning, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said FSD beta may become available for those with Safety Scores of a perfect 100 or even “maybe 98”.
Yeah, maybe 98
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 3, 2022
Again, start driving like an old grandma or grandpa to get the best Safety Score. By allowing yourself to have a safe following distance from the vehicle in front of you, it will lower the chances of getting dinged for a lower score.