Showing 11 ideas for tag "alerts"

Safety

Passive Blindspot Detection Selected

- When AutoPilot is not activated, and turn signal is activated make a chime or sound play to alert driver to someone existing in blind spot. Similar to the mirror light blind spot functions other cars have. Instead of just a last second avoidance feature or visual on the screen which is not very safe to be looking at whilst driving.
- Could make another kind of "clicking" sound to passively let the driver know someone... more »

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Mobile App

Auto Close of windows

Sensor that detects rain could sense rain when parked and auto close windows if they are "vented"... At minimum if push alerts are set it could send a message to the user that asks "close windows?" when rain is detected... I frequently use the vent option for the windows in my car (live near atlanta) however I don't always see that it is raining until it is too late. I believe the hardware is all installed, just a little... more »

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Convenience

Alarm Bells Off when home/location

When pulling into my garage there are about 100 bells, warnings, lights, etc going off. Usually about sides and front, homelink, etc. My biggest fear is I would miss the BIG one (ie Falcon Door is still open).

 

It would be nice if we could tune down all tones unless < 2" crash and falcon doors open, trunk open, etc.

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Safety

Coyote or Waze option

I use Coyote and Waze warnings on my smartphone to anticipate on traffic situations ahead. It would be better to have a way to integrate the messages of these devices/apps into the Tesla UI (via API?). Now I have to put my phone or Coyote device on the dash in a place where I can't see it (behind the wheel). Not practical, nor aesthetical.

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Safety

Intelligent Alerts on Cameras not Working

I'm living country-side, and each time I drive at night, I get constant alerts from the M3 that the side cameras are covered or not working. I get it - it's dark outside (pitch dark), and as the cameras can't see anything, they assume they're not working.

Would it be possible to link the error reporting to the front camera/light sensor, so that the car knows of this scenario and are less sensitive to the issue when driving... more »

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