When a school bus rides into a Tesla station, the car must start pulling away.
The driver must wait until the bus stops and then start the process again.
It’s a complex process that requires a complex computer to pull off, which makes it incredibly difficult to automate.
And now Tesla has created a simple and inexpensive tool that automates the process.
“We found that the system can be really easy to understand and automate, and we were able to get the job done for as little as $2,000,” Elon Musk said in a blog post announcing the new tool.
“It’s incredibly simple and really cheap.”
Tesla’s new automated bus tracking system was recently spotted by the New York Times.
The company said that it’s working on the system and is working on a version that can detect the presence of buses on the road and give drivers the option to stop the bus.
“You can’t see it at a glance, but the bus will pull away if there’s not enough space on the side,” Tesla said.
Tesla said it’s hoping to make the system available to other transit companies in the next few months.
The system can also be used to alert drivers if the buses are at a stop or at an intersection.