Tesla owners with dogs know that they can’t use Dog Mode when their vehicles are under 20 percent charge levels. This can be frustrating for pet owners who want to make sure their furry friends are safe and comfortable when they have to leave the Car. Fortunately, EVSpeedy.com has a tip that allows users to activate Dog Mode even when their cars are below 20 percent charged.
This workaround requires a few steps. First, the driver must put their Car in neutral in the safety menu, and manually apply the parking brake. This will allow Dog Mode to activate, even if the state of charge is below 20 percent. The driver can then do what they need to do, but must remember to manually lock the Car because it will not automatically do so.
For those who want to let passersby know that their Dog is safe and in Dog Mode, the driver can open the drawing app and write the message there. This will add a layer of assurance for both the pet owner and anyone passing by.
The workaround provided by EVSpeedy.com is a great solution for pet owners who want to use Dog Mode even when their cars are low on charge. It also ensures that their pup can stay in the Car, in comfort while they go run errands or take a break. It’s important to remember when using this workaround to manually lock the Car, as Dog Mode will not do it automatically.
Tesla owners with dogs can now take advantage of Dog Mode, even when their cars are low on charge. By using the workaround provided by EVSpeedy.com, drivers can keep their furry friends safe and comfortable while they go about their day.