Tesla 'under review' by California DMV over whether it misleads consumers with 'full self-driving' claims
- California's DMV is probing whether
Tesla's "self-driving" claims broke state law, the LA Times first reported.
- Tesla calls its $10,000 driver-assistance software "full self-driving" - it is not.
- Amid a number of Tesla crashes, the technology is coming under increasing scrutiny.
Tesla has faced scrutiny over its driver-assistance features for years. But regulators and lawmakers have been taking an even closer look following Tesla allowing a small group of drivers to test a beta version of its newest FSD features.The beta sofware has been at the center of several fatal crashes and high-profile traffic violations in recent weeks, prompting inquiries from lawmakers. Yet the company plans to roll out the software more widely even as videos posted by customers continue to show bugs that could pose major risks.
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