Tesla rolling out 30-day FSD trial in U.S.



Tesla is now rolling out a full self-driving (FSD) trial for Tesla cars across the U.S. This rollout follows CEO Elon Musk’s announcement to give FSD experience for all Tesla users.

Tesla is sending emails to Tesla owners with information about the trial. “Your Full Self-Driving (Supervised) Trial stars now!” says the email.


It announces that the owner has been granted a 30-day complimentary trial of full self-driving (supervised) for the respective model. It could be any of the Teslas with FSD-supported hardware.

“Under your supervision, Full Self-Driving (Supervised) can drive your Tesla almost anywhere. It will make lane changes, select forks to follow your navigation route, navigate around other vehicles and objects, and make left and right turns.” announces the notification.


However, you should know that FSD doesn’t make the vehicle autonomous and it requires the driver’s focus while remaining cautious.

Tesla FSD 30-day trial rollout email (image source: X/Twitter)

Tesla confirmed that the trials will end on April 30, 2024, after completing the 30-day trial. There is no price charged for this trial period and corresponding Tesla owners can test the feature without limitations.

Afterward, customers can continue to use FSD for a subscription of $99 or $199 based on the autopilot package. Or the trial will run out and FSD will be removed automatically.


Some of the user suggests that the company is sending only the FSD via OTA and there’s no mention of the FSD version in the log (Update: It’s FSD However, you can find the FSD version in the car details in the settings.

FSD Promotion:

The latest move is part of Musk’s efforts to improve FSD awareness among Tesla owners. He said, “Most people still have no idea how crushingly good Tesla FSD will get”.


The trial also serves as direct PR for FSD’s autonomous driving capability which costs plenty with a new car.

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