Tesla Inc (TSLA)
$799.91 33.88 (4.06%)
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Previous Close $799.91
Market Cap 135.82B
PE Ratio -57.22
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 17.29M
Day's Range 787.00 - 856.60
52-Week Range 176.99 - 968.99
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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WASHINGTON - Tesla's Autopilot system and a driver who relied too heavily on it are likely to blame for a 2018 crash in California in which the driver died, a federal safety agency said on Tuesday. The agency, the National Transportation Safety Board, criticized several institutions for failing to prevent the crash, including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for what some board members described as a hands-off approach to regulating automated-vehicle technology. "We urge Tesla to continue to work on improving Autopilot technology and for (the traffic safety agency) to fulfill its oversight responsibility to ensure that corrective action is taken when necessary," Robert Sumwalt, the board's chairman, said. "It's time to stop enabling drivers in any partially automated vehicle to pretend that they have driverless cars." The board adopted a number of staff findings and recommendations from an investigation into the crash that began more than six months ago. The findings included the determination that Autopilot failed to keep the driver's vehicle in the lane, that its collision-avoidance software failed to detect a highway barrier and that the driver was probably distracted by a game on his phone. The board also determined that the driver, Wei Huang, would have survived had Caltrans fixed the barrier he hit, which was designed to absorb some of the impact of a collision but was damaged from a previous crash. The board's staff and members said the traffic safety administration had taken a "misguided" and "hands-off" approach to regulating such technology. The National Highway Traffic Safety Agency said that all crashes caused by distracted driving, including those in which driver-assistance systems were in use, were a "major concern" and that it planned to review the...
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