NTSB: Tesla Autopilot 'limitations played a major role' in deadly crash
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CLOSE The National Transportation Safety Board says the car company is not at fault. Aaron Dickens reports.
The design of Tesla's partially self-driving system contributed to a crash that killed an Ohio man in May 2016, a federal transportation official said Tuesday.
National Transportation Safety Board chair Robert Sumwalt said the Tesla vehicle's "operational limitations played a major role in this collision."
His statement came at the beginning of a hearing where the NTSB is expected to rule on whether the Autopilot system on Ohio resident Joshua... read more
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