How do you stop a Tesla Autopilot nag?

Tesla's Autopilot system is designed to provide safety features that help drivers stay alert and engaged while using the system. One of these safety features is the "nag" system, which reminds drivers to keep their hands on the steering wheel and stay alert.

If you want to stop the Autopilot nag, there are a few things you can do:

1. Keep your hands on the steering wheel: The nag system is designed to detect when a driver's hands are not on the steering wheel. By keeping your hands on the wheel, you can prevent the nag system from activating.

2. Adjust the Autopilot settings: You can adjust the Autopilot settings to change the frequency or intensity of the nag alerts. To do this, go to the Autopilot settings in your Tesla's touchscreen display and adjust the "Autosteer" settings.

3. Disable Autopilot: If you don't want to use Autopilot at all, you can disable the system by going to the Autopilot settings and turning off the "Autosteer" and "Navigate on Autopilot" features.

4. Use Steering Wheel Weight for Tesla Model 3 or Y. Just attach the steering wheel weight to the steering wheel, and then the nagging message will not pop up again.

Here is the Steering Wheel Weight for Tesla Model 3 or Y.

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