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Tesla drivers are worse on the road than BMW drivers

BMW drivers were consistently the worst on the road. Mercedes drivers are arrogant, but they follow the rules. The gentle types in a Subaru always yield. A Honda Accord may stray from its lane markings, but it will not cause you any serious problems.

Back in 2021, a survey of 4,000 people was asked who they think are the ‘worst drivers on the road’. BMW drivers received 39.1 percent of the vote, with Audi drivers receiving just 14.1 per cent.

White van drivers came in way back in third place, with just 7.9 per cent of people choosing them. Range Rover and Ford owners received 4.6 per cent and 4.2 per cent votes respectively.

Tesla drivers on the road, on the internet, in real and fictitious form are the absolute horror show, a brand affiliation that, no one needs to be reminded this week, goes all the way to the top.

Tesla’s autopilot has been known to get people into trouble while they are napping, reading, or working on the highway. The truth is that there is still no legal protection for someone who sits and is driven away.

Tesla is unquestionably cutting corners. The durability is evident in the parts’ longevity as well as how quickly rattling, squeaking, and other common problems appear.

Tesla’s contentious touchscreen also houses the speedometer, which is located on the edge of the driver’s peripheral vision, requiring them to look away from the road in order to see how fast they’re going.

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