|Headline||NHTSA will investigate Tesla collisions for its autonomous driving system|
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is investigating a consumer report about a Tesla Model Y which caused an accident while using the beta of its FSD (Full Self-Driving) software. On November 3, the vehicle owner informed the agency that while turning left on the road, the car went into the adjoining lane, causing a collision with another driver. Earlier this month, Tesla recalled nearly 12,000 American vehicles due to a fault that triggered false collision warnings or automatic emergency brake activation. All these events have happened after the last update that Tesla’s vehicles received on October 29, 2021.
|Type of company||Automotive|
|Data / Life||Data|
|Access||Physical and remote|
|Recognized by brand||Sí|