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Tesla again opened Free FSD transfers for Model 3, Y, S and X



Tesla FSD

Tesla today opened free FSD transfers on the purchase of a new Model 3, Model Y, Model S, and Model X in the U.S. first spotted by Saywer Merritt.

Back in February, Tesla opened FSD transfer capability for new Tesla buyers. The offer was valid until March 31, 2024. The company may have extended this offer for a duration but it’s not officially announced. And there’s no last date available on this new campaign.


FSD or Full self-driving enables Tesla to drive itself in traffic using its solutions embedded in the car’s hardware and software. The company has recently released version 12 of FSD which brings more human-like and smoother driving. However, FSD doesn’t make the vehicle autonomous and requires the driver’s full attention on the traffic.

If you transfer FSD from your existing vehicle to a new one, only the new vehicle will have FSD access. Meanwhile, the existing vehicle could retain basic autopilot features. You will have to purchase FSD separately for the second vehicle if you don’t want to transfer the FSD capability.


Tesla says that you must be a legal owner and registrant of the existing vehicle with FSD purchased outright for at least 2 days after the delivery of a new Tesla. You will have to register the existing and the new vehicle on the same account and support the validation process.

This offer doesn’t cover commercial vehicles and the FSD transfer process may take up to 48 hours.


Several users online suggested that Tesla should make the FSD transfer permanent but the company has revealed no such plans.


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