Tesla Autopilot safety complaints have been piling up
Tesla has been going through some hard time and the company has been getting so many safety complaints.
Tesla has been having problems regarding its Autopilot safety complaints. The reports have been piling up as it seems. According to the German-language newspaper Handelsblatt, Tesla received 100GB of data from "several informants" detailing the tens of thousands of complaints it received regarding its Autopilot features over the course of the past few years.
Tesla has been having some Autopilot safety problems
Jalopnik reports that the collection contained 23,000 internal files containing complaints from 2015 to March 2022. Inside that time span, the automaker supposedly got 2,400 reports about self-speed increase issues and 1,500 cases about slowing down capability issues. The latter included 383 complaints about phantom stops caused by false collision warnings and 139 about unintentional emergency braking. Further, the documents supposedly included in excess of 1,000 accident reports and a table of 3,000 occurrences wherein drivers communicated security worries about Tesla's driver help framework. While the vast majority of the revealed episodes occurred in the US, a portion of the objections came from proprietors in Europe and Asia. Handelsblatt stated that it confirmed the reports of dozens of customers from the files by contacting them and allowing some to share videos with the publication.