Tesla FSD trial expands to Canada

Tesla has started giving out a 30 day trial of Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta, or Full Self-Driving (Supervised) as they call it now, to owners in Canada.

Earlier this week Elon Musk announced that all eligible owners in the US would be receiving a free 30 day trial of FSD, following the release of version 12 and the switch to end-to-end neural nets.

Musk’s message however was specific to the US, and not North America, seemingly leaving Canadians out in the cold.

On Friday Tesla started sending out those free trials to owners in the US, deploying software update 2024.3.6, and sending in-app notifications and emails to customers at the same time, letting them know about the trial.

Fortunately the trial has now expanded to Canada as well. Early Saturday morning owners started letting us know that they too had received 2024.3.6, and the email and message about the complimentary trial.

So far it appears the FSD trial is limited to owners of cars without Ultrasonic Sensors (USS), or Tesla Vision cars.

If you have received the trial, and this is your first time trying out FSD, enjoy it, from all of the feedback v12 appears to be a step change in its abilities. However, please remember to always stay alert and be ready to take control of the vehicle at any time.

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