A FORMER Tesla driver has revealed why it took him so long to get back to gas vehicles.
Many Americans are switching to electric vehicles as gasoline prices rise and car owners look to adopt greener habits.
A previous owner, Reddit user nashifiqbal, made the quick switch back to gas-powered cars, auto insurance company Jerry reported.
However, the former EV driver revealed there was one device that made the decision to unplug it difficult: the vehicle’s autopilot technology.
He wrote, “If you’re a casual driver and prefer comfort, the Tesla is probably your best bet.”
“If you can charge at home, that’s a big win, you don’t have to bother to fill up with gas regularly.”
“It has great comfort features and delivers the power exactly when you need it, making it a great driver for the highway.”
“But if you’re an enthusiast or just enjoy driving more, I wouldn’t recommend it.
“You have more fun in a sporty petrol car.”
“Sure you pay at the pump, but it’s smiles per mile.”
This came after a Tesla owner fixed the engine’s main problem, which left it stuck for hours.
Elsewhere, a car enthusiast revealed a handy feature on his Tesla that comes in handy during the mild summer months.