October 16, 2021

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Canadian police have charged the Tesla owner with falling asleep while driving

Canadian police have charged the Tesla owner with falling asleep while driving

It is unclear how the Model S driver abused the autopilot the way they did. This event occurred before the Tesla system was updated Identify speed limit signals Using the vehicle’s cameras. However, as To the edge Notes, Tesla said the autopilot only works when it detects that the driver has hands on the steering wheel. If not, the car will try to get the driver’s attention with visual and audio alerts before stopping the autopilot.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in the United States holds the fact that drivers can be separated from an autopilot Tesla has been repeatedly criticized. In March, the agency published a Report The Model 3 driver overreacting to the system – in a situation not designed to handle it – led to a catastrophic accident in 2019 in Delrey Beach, Florida.

In this latest incident, the RCMP similarly warned against over-dealing with the autopilot. “Although new vehicle manufacturers have built in safety policies to prevent drivers from taking advantage of new safety systems in vehicles, those systems are the same – ancillary safety systems,” said Gary Graham, superintendent of traffic services at Alberta RCMP. “They’re not self-driving systems. They still come with driving responsibility.”

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