I drove on the hilly streets of San Francisco lately and came to realize how bad the roll back is.
Tesla MS is loaded with sensors and computerized controls. Everything is under control and the breaks certainly.
This makes me wonder how come Tesla couldn't manage such simple thing as the roll back. It acts like a stick shift car from the 60-s.
Occasionally it will hold, however it is impossible to predict when it will hold and when not. Some say that a harder push on the brake pedal triggers a roll back hold, however it didn't work for me on many occasions.
Same applies to rolling forward. I must keep the brake pedal pressed all the time.
Actually the cars from the 60-s were better because they had the "hand brake". Tesla does have one however it is for the onboard computer to use at its discretion. The driver has no access to it.
If I bring my Tesla to a stop please keep it stopped until I press the accelerator. Don't force me to keep pressing the brake pedal. This is sooooo last century. What is here hard to understand and how it is hard to implement. You have done much harder things like TACC for example. TACC will stop the car and will hold it if there is a car stopped in front. Why it is so difficult to provide the same experience in regular driving mode.
Please Tesla do it. You can.