If your car is equipped with Autopilot hardware, Automatic Emergency Braking automatically applies full braking in situations where a collision is considered imminent by the forward looking camera and the radar sensor. It is the driver’s responsibility to drive safely and remain in control of the vehicle at all times. Never depend on Automatic...
You can turn off the car either by simply putting the car in Park, exiting the vehicle, and closing the door behind you, or by tapping Controls > E-Brake & Power Off > Power Off.
To learn about driving with Autopilot, view the following instructional videos: Enhance your commute with Autopilot, Autopark, Autosteer, Auto Lane Change, and Summon. For thorough instructions, Tesla encourages all new owners to review the Driver Assistance section in the Owner’s Manual. Also, check this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNAa5-uCowY
Rated Range calculates your estimated range with a fixed formula based on existing energy in the battery and average energy consumed per mile. There are a few factors that could cause the rated miles to drop faster than mile for mile, i.e. driving style, wheel size, and ambient temperature.
Unlock the car before attempting to remove the connector. When your car is plugged in and locked, the connector locks into the charge port and the indicator light around the charge port turns off.