The "Full Self-Driving" (FSD) beta has been challenged byTesla.

A lot of videos show the cars breaking traffic laws, like making the wrong turns and getting dangerously close to pedestrians.

Galileo Russell from HyperChange had a frightening incident while testing out the half-baked driver assist feature in the latest video.

The car turned right on the wrong side of the road in San Francisco.

Russell can be heard saying that this is not good. This is not the best L.

Getting Good?

Russell is still positive about the software despite the highly dangerous encounter. The video is called "Tesla's Self-Driving Software is Getting Good."

He has talked about his personal investments in the company and how he thinks it's still a special company.

"I just felt like I had to make this video because, breaking news, I finally started to use fsd as just a normal person who drives their car, and I'm a super cautious driver," Russell says in his recent video.

Russel's comments are indicative of how some of the company's biggest fans can sometimes seem to forgive the company for a lot of things.

From what we've seen so far, it's clear that the unfinished software should not be given out.

200 people were fired byTesla for working on its self- driving tech.