Tesla on Autopilot when it hit California firetruck

Tesla on Autopilot when it hit California firetruck

The National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday that a Tesla Model S was in Autopilot mode and the driver’s hands were off the wheel when it crashed into a fire truck in California. The autopilot system was engaged continuously for the final 13 minutes 48 seconds of the trip before the vehicle struck the truck. The board will issue a report detailing the crash’s probable cause on Wednesday.

Timothy
Timothy
(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 7 months

I wouldn’t say Tesla is responsible. People shouldn’t be THAT reliant on technology considering how new it is. I’d say it’s the driver’s fault.

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 7 months

Making Tesla liable for the crash. Expect a bevy of lawsuits.

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