You can’t stop on autopilot!Tesla issued an emergency recall of 50,000 vehicles

2022-04-27 0 By

When tesla couldn’t stop at an intersection, it was called off by the US government.Tesla will recall 53,822 vehicles with “full autopilot” assistance at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), CNN2 reported on Monday.Source: package diagram according to understand, these will be recalled vehicles have a “rolling stop” function, as long as the vehicle driver is set to “fully automated driving” mode, then allow the vehicle at a speed of up to 5.6 miles per hour, through the four directions are required to stop the intersection, this violated the rules of the road traffic in the United States.’The Vehicle Safety Act prohibits manufacturers from selling vehicles with defects that pose an unreasonable risk to safety,’ NHTSA said in a statement.Tesla will disable “rolling parking” in an update to its “full Autopilot” software as early as this month, according to recall documents.The affected vehicles are understood to include Model 3, Model S, Model X and Model Ely, which had “fully autonomous” test versions of the software turned on.But Tesla says it is not aware of any crashes, injuries or deaths involving Its vehicles as a result of rolling stop.In October 2020, Tesla unveiled its first vehicle equipped with “full autopilot” software.According to Tesla, with “full autopilot” assistance, the car can drive smoothly and obey traffic rules, such as stopping at red lights.Tesla hopes to one day use the feature to make cars drive themselves.”Full autopilot” technology is a controversial driver assistance feature that some Tesla owners describe as not working well in many cases, requiring drivers to be extremely cautious and ready to take control of the car at all times.The US government has increased its oversight of Tesla due to an increasing number of accidents caused by its autopilot function in recent years.In December, Tesla said it would ban people from playing video games on touch screens while driving after an NHTSA investigation.However, the US government currently has no standards for driver-assistance features such as Tesla’s “full autopilot”.Source: Extreme News