Witness Reports Seeing A California Highway Driver Fully Asleep for Appx 30 Miles
6-18-19, Business Insider -- Sometimes our expectations of modern technology can transcend reality ... and in a dangerous way. While Tesla is on the path to creating a fully autonomous automobile, it appears that drivers of its current cars are growing a little too confident in their purchases.
Tesla's autopilot feature is only at stage 2 or 3, which means the cars are only partially automated in certain conditions. Tesla's website explains, "Autopilot enables your car to steer, accelerate and brake automatically within its lane. Current Autopilot features require active driver supervision and do not make the vehicle autonomous."
A gut-wrenching video from ABC7 Eyewitness news shows a man fast asleep in the driver's seat of a Tesla on one of the busiest highways in Southern California. Eyewitness Shawn Miladinovich told NBC4 News, "I realised he was fully sleeping. Eyes shut, hands nowhere near the steering wheel." Some customers clearly do not understand the distinction between an Advanced Driver-Assistance System and a fully autonomous vehicle. More here
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