Saturday, July 2, 2016

Many Tesla drivers are happy to help company test its 'beta' autopilot feature  da  de  fr  sl

At other times, the Sherman Oaks resident’s car has driven too quickly for his comfort because it couldn’t tell that traffic had stopped about a half mile ahead. And on several occasions, the car drifted out of a lane because it seemed to not be tracking white lines on the road.

latimes 1:54:00 AM CEST

This cluster belong to the following story: Ex-Navy SEAL becomes first to die in self-driving car after Tesla crash

Keywords: United states / Google, Elon Musk / model, cars, vehicle, driving, tesla, company, mode, feature

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