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    Funny thought - I wonder if it's possible to pass a test in a car with autopilot like the Tesla S.

    I mean, technically, you'd have to fault certain things to fail, so if you didn't fault, (even if you didn't do hardly anything at all lol!) surely they'd have to pass you...

    And it's not on their list of unsuitable cars :P*
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    Technically you're allowed to use any driver's aids the car has on your test I think (certainly things like ABS/parking assist are allowed), so in theory you could do this. I very much doubt you'd be able to find learner insurance for a car like the model S though.
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    (Original post by Dez)
    Technically you're allowed to use any driver's aids the car has on your test I think (certainly things like ABS/parking assist are allowed), so in theory you could do this. I very much doubt you'd be able to find learner insurance for a car like the model S though.
    Can't resist posting this

 
 
 
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