Tesla Autopilot Buddy Nag Reduction Device is not a safety device. Improper use of this product can cause injury or accident. The device is only used for closed road sections, not for public roads.
APPAPA Lite Version Autopilot Buddy can extend the Autopilot detection interval from 30 seconds to 600 seconds.
If you are prompted by the system during use, please follow the steps below to remove the prompt:
When the system detects an abnormality, touching the steering wheel with your hand will restore normalcy.
If the system disables Autopilot, you need to pull over, shift back to P, and then shift to D to use Autopilot normally.
This autopilot buddy is not compatible with Custom-Modified Yoke steering wheels.
The Autopilot Buddy Releases Pain From the Shoulder: Relieve shoulder pain and fatigue. This will make your long-distance driving easy and enjoyable.
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👉 One or more states may restrict cell phones mounted to the steering wheel. Check your local laws before use.
Does Autopilot Buddy still work in the USA?
Autopilot Buddy is an aftermarket device that attaches to a Tesla vehicle’s steering wheel designed to fool the Autopilot System into thinking the driver’s hands are on the steering wheel. It was marketed as a “Tesla autopilot nag reduction device”.
However, it has been declared unsafe by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and is now illegal 21. The NHTSA has also warned that drivers found using such devices will be fined $250. It appears that the Autopilot Buddy website is no longer operational, and the company has ceased operations due to an influx of inexpensive substitutes and China imitations.
Does Autopilot Buddy still work in Australia?
We couldn’t find any specific information about whether Autopilot Buddy is still being used in Australia. However, since it has been declared illegal in the United States, it is likely that similar regulations would apply in other countries as well. It is important to note that using such devices can compromise safety and put both the driver and other road users at risk.