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So why doesn’t Tesla do the same, to figure out correct speed limits (since its speed limit database is riddled with errors)?

Probably because the number of Tesla's on the road is no where near large enough to be statistically good enough compared to Google Waze/Maps. It also makes much more sense to get data from all drivers not just Tesla drivers. There is nothing unique about a Tesla stuck in traffic compared to anybody else stuck in traffic. Tesla should spend their resources where it makes the most sense.

Mike
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