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Tesla releases new Autopilot safety report: more crashes but still fewer than when humans drive

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Tesla has introduced its Autopilot security report for the first quarter of 2019. It’s rsquo & the automaker;s report since launching this initiative in response to what the company saw as coverage of accidents involving its vehicles by the media.

The new report reveals more crashes when using Autopilot, but the data shows that you are still less likely to have an accident on Autopilot than when it’s not engaged. more…

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