EVDRIVER wrote:Same idiot driver new day. You can't stop fools from driving like this and she likely was distracted and abusing the AP system. AP is not designed to stop at lights regardless. This is not a AP issue it's a user stupidity issue...
What a waste of government resources, to investigate the accident before coming to a conclusion...
A Tesla Crash In Utah Is Under Investigation By U.S. Safety Regulators
The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration confirmed Wednesday that it has sent a team of special crash investigators to look into a Tesla Model S that plowed into a fire department vehicle in Utah while its semi-autonomous driving system Autopilot was engaged.
This is the latest investigation by federal regulators into recent accidents involving Tesla vehicles...
http://fortune.com/2018/05/16/tesla-cra ... ion-nhtsa/
Speaking of operator error though, if my last post on this thead (and those by others?) were removed intentionally by a moderator, please comply with MNL policy and explain why.
(edit) The words below are not mine and were added to this post by another-presumably a moderator.
Investigating is not a waste of time but it seems Tesla gets all the attention while cars crash hourly. If you look at many accidents that involve famous people or companies like Tesla they get the NTSB investigation and many others go with no such investigation other than local police.
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