How To Enable PIN To Drive Tesla (Model S 3 X Y)

How To Enable PIN To Drive Tesla (Model S 3 X Y) – I want to talk about a more serious topic on the severe side. That is how to very easily and quickly secure your Tesla so that it will be very difficult or nearly impossible for other people to drive your car unintentionally.

I want to highlight this feature because it will make your vehicle much more secure from either being stolen or having your kids climbing inside your car and accidentally operating it. You should consider doing this, too!

How To Enable PIN To Drive Tesla (Model S 3 X Y)

Time needed: 3 minutes.

In this post, I will go over how to set up a PIN to drive on a Tesla car. This will add an extra layer of security for the vehicle. It only takes a few seconds to authenticate every time you enter the vehicle. Here’s how to to do it:

  1. Turn on the ignition

    Get in the car and then press the brake pedal

  2. Tap the 🚘 CONTROL menu

    The control menu is represented by a CAR icon and located in the lower-left corner of the touchscreen
    tpms tire pressure sensors light reset

  3. Go to SAFETY & SECURITY

    The menus are in the left hand column

  4. Scroll down and then enable the PIN to Drive

    The next window will prompts you to create a driving PIN

  5. Enter the four-digits pin and then tap enable

    Done!

Next time when you enter the vehicle and try to put it into drive or reverse it will prompt you for the pin. Enter the PIN and hit allow and then you can use the lever to proceed to drive.

How To Change Your Tesla Pin To Drive?

In the event that you want to reset your PIN or forgot it, you can go back to the settings and tap on Enter Your Tesla Account Credentials. You will be prompted for your username and password and proceed with changing your PIN.

So there you go, this is how you enable the pin to drive feature to make your car a lot more secure. It is the simplest and quickest way to ensure that your vehicle will not be driven by thieves or anyone who accidentally and unintentionally operates your Tesla car. Good Luck!

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.