I have been using speed limiter functions on my cars for years. I like a speed limiter much more than a cruise control, or even an auto-pilot. First of all: you can only use cruise control or auto-pilot when the road is clear and not too busy. Anyone using cruise control or auto-pilot in cities or towns? I never do that: it just does not work, or else it does not bring much. In most cases, it is plain dangerous. But a speed limiter: no problem! And that is because your car will still work like you are used to. A speed-limiter does not change a thing: you can put your foot down as often as you want, leave everyone behind at every traffic light. And yet, you never get a speed-ticket anymore. I also use it on the highway, using the "push-though" function for overtaking (petrol)cars, returning to controlled speed by "catching" the speed limit again with the pedal.
Speed limiters work like a charm. I tend to set them at 3% overspeed, so I know that I always drive as fast as I can. There is one draw-back: you need a good interface to set the limit. Most brands completely fail at that: requiring you to adjust the limit manually by +/- buttons or dials, which makes the whole thing worthless. "Snap to current speed" works the best, like Renault ZOE has. But Tesla model 3 could so much better: it already knows the speed-limit. It even shows it to you, begging you to start the cruise-control which would crash you in a minute when you turn it on in Amsterdam, New-York, Purmerend, or Appelscha for that matter. So, there is one thing that I do not understand about model 3: why does it not have a speed-limiter mode, or (I might be wrong): why can't I find it?
And this is not a futile request: I would easily pay a few hundred Euros for a speed-limiter that is situationally aware, like the auto-pilot is. I would use it almost constantly, in cities, in towns, among bicycles and kids, on the highways, always.
So: why does model 3 not provide it? Anyone?