Saturday (13th) noon, a man was caught sleeping in the driver’s seat in a Tesla Model S It was piloted autonomously in autopilot mode on Rodovia dos Imigrantes, in São Paulo.
The material was picked up by a driver who was driving along high speed road The topic appears adding a new case to Wide range of exploits From drivers of autonomous electric vehicles to the auto industry. see below:
Despite the flickering and limited video quality, it’s easy to tell the guy he’s asleep by noticing that the driver’s seat is tilted back.
Cases of accidents involving self-driving cars are not uncommon as there are few models of this type in circulation, and as a result, the legislation has loopholes in the rules for automatic driving, but the Brazilian Traffic Code (CTB) is clear in proving this Driving in an unfavorable psychological state “a very serious violation”.
While big tech has touted the reliability of the autonomous driving system in its cars, on multiple occasions models have shown that there is still room for further improvement – remember the case where Technology mixed the full moon with the yellow traffic light.
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