Tesla must deliver Autopilot crash data to NHTSA by October 22


A 2019 Tesla Model 3 hit a Florida Highway Patrol car in Orlando on the morning of August 28, 2021. No injuries were reported.

Courtesy: Florida Highway Patrol

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration has added a 12th crash into the scope of its investigation into Tesla‘s Autopilot system, and is demanding that the company provide an exhaustive amount of data about its driver assistance systems by Oct. 22.

Autopilot is Tesla’s driver assistance system that comes standard with all of its newer models. Tesla also sells a more advanced version under the brand name “Full Self Driving,” for $10,000, or to subscribers for $199 a month in the U.S. Its Autopilot and FSD offerings do…


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