Tesla released their Full-Self Driving (FSD) Beta software to Canada in three separate waves earlier this week.
The software was sent to owners with Safety Scores of 100 and 99, and even some lucky owners with 98 were included in the release.
There were still a number of owners with those same scores that didn’t receive the software however, and after two days of no new testers being added, they were beginning to wonder how long they would have to wait despite their high scores.
In response to a question from Drive Tesla, Elon Musk said more testers will be added, but only after confirming the software works well on Canadian roads.
Musk said they take a very cautious approach to safety, but did not elaborate on when the tester group will expand.
Yes, but we take a very cautious approach to safety. As we confirm functionality on Canadian roads, the beta will expand.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 31, 2022
If you are still waiting to receive FSD Beta, you should be keeping a close eye on your Safety Score.
Since the tool has been available for more than one month, some of your early drives will be dropping out of the calculation as it calculates your score on a 30-day rolling average.
Depending if your score on that day was high or low, your overall score could go up or down.