US government has decided to upgrade their investigation after finding new incidences of electric car Tesla’s Autopilot driver assistance program that collided with parked first-responder cars. The news of US federal safety officials’ probe into the autopilot driving assistance system surfaced just a while ago. After breaking out of this happening this news started spreading and creating buzz for Tesla on social media. As people on large number follow Tesla’s news regularly this news is affecting them the most. However, we have come up with every important aspect of the upgraded investigation against the automatic car’s autopilot driving assistance system. By reading down the page reader will become educated on this new development. Kindly scroll it down and have a look below. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
After the upgrade of the probe into the autopilot driving assistance, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stated in a statement that the preliminary evaluation of autopilot systems of Tesla cars was expanding to an engineering analysis. This statement came out on Thursday which means the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will upgrade its current crash testing, and evaluate additional data sets, if Tesla’s autopilot systems may exacerbate behavioral safety and human factors risks by detecting the efficacy of driver’s supervision. Kindly learn more about this news in the next section. Have a look below, please.
Reports claimed that as many as 830,000 vehicles of Tesla company will be probed or analyzed and the escalation is an important and necessary step before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration can ask for a recall. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in a statement that the department issued a reminder notice to remind that no commercially available mother cars today are capable of using autopilot driving systems. However, the Tesla company has not made any comment on this topic. Kindly get more about the probe on Tesla’s autopilot driving system. Scroll down the page.
A spokesperson for the agency said that every vehicle needs a human driver to control it at all times. Meanwhile, every state’s laws believe the human driver is accountable for all the operations of their car or vehicle. In August 2021, the NHTSA started a preliminary probe into the Autopilot system of Tesla cars and cited 11 incidents in which autopilot cars crashed into parked first responders’ cars because of the system was engaged. Stay tuned to this page for more details.