To put a Tesla vehicle in Valet Mode, follow these steps:
On the touchscreen, tap the gear icon in the top-right corner to access the settings menu.
Scroll down and select "Safety & Security."
Scroll down and select "Valet Mode."
Tap "Enable Valet Mode" to enter Valet Mode.
When Valet Mode is enabled, the car will limit its performance, and certain features will be disabled. This is intended to prevent the valet from driving the vehicle aggressively or accessing personal information. To exit Valet Mode, enter the 4-digit PIN you set when you enabled Valet Mode.
Note: Valet Mode is only available on specific Tesla models, and the exact steps may vary depending on the version of the software installed on the vehicle. If you have trouble accessing Valet Mode, you can refer to your owner's manual or contact Tesla for help.
What Tesla models have Valet mode
Valet Mode is available on certain Tesla models. According to Tesla's website, Valet Mode is available on the following models:
Note that Valet Mode is unavailable on all versions of these models, and the exact features and limitations of Valet Mode may vary depending on the specific model and version of the software installed on the vehicle. If you are unsure if your Tesla has Valet Mode or have any questions about how to use it, you should refer to your owner's manual or contact Tesla for assistance.