NHTSA will investigate Tesla collision blamed on Full Self-Driving beta | Engadget

However, the FSD software supposedly wouldn't let the driver regain control, forcing the car into the wrong lane. Reuters reports the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating a driver's complaint that the FSD beta led to a November 3rd collision in Brea, California. Officials aren't thrilled that Tesla is testing in real traffic, and the investigation might support their case.Please enter a valid email address Are you uncomfortable with the idea of Tesla letting owners test Full Self-Driving betas on public streets? It does, however, represent the latest in a growing number of run-ins between Tesla and regulators. Tesla hasn't commented on the incident and is believed to have disbanded its PR team. You're not the only one.
Are you uncomfortable with the idea of Tesla letting owners test Full Self-Driving betas on public streets? You're not the only one. Reutersreports the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration … [+1198 chars]