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CHP may have used Tesla Autopilot to stop speeding car

Phys.org - Tue 4 Dec 18

The California Highway Patrol says it may have used the Autopilot system of a Tesla to stop the car after its driver fell asleep.

Police may have used Tesla’s Autopilot feature to stop driver asleep at the wheel

The Verge - Mon 3 Dec 18

Redwood City California Highway Patrol stopped a Tesla Model 3 they suspected was running Autopilot with a drunk driver asleep at the wheel. The incident occurred last Friday, November ...

Police Pull Over Self-Driving Tesla with Sleeping Man Behind the Wheel

Extremetech - Mon 3 Dec 18

There may come a day when cars can truly drive themselves and you can take a nap during your commute, but we're not there yet. The post Police Pull Over Self-Driving Tesla with Sleeping Man ...

Driver Slept For Seven Miles As Cops Chased His Tesla

Ubergizmo - Mon 3 Dec 18

Teslas are quite capable of driving themselves on highways and while drivers are always prompted to keep their hands on the wheel at all times even when that functionality is enabled, there ...

Tesla drove 7 miles using Autopilot as driver allegedly slept drunk behind the wheel

Techspot - Mon 3 Dec 18

Police spotted the gray Model S belonging to Alexander Samek, the chair of the Los Altos Planning Commission, doing 70 mph on Highway 101 early Friday. As this was above the speed limit, officers ...

Tesla On Autopilot Caught Chauffeuring Sleeping Drunk Driver Down California 101

HotHardware - Sun 2 Dec 18

California Highway Patrol officers pulled alongside a Tesla car cruising down the highway recently and were surprised to see that the man behind the wheel of the car was fast asleep. When they ...

Cops pull over Tesla cruising on freeway with apparently asleep driver

Arstechnica - Fri 30 Nov 18

The driver was arrested for drunk driving.

Tesla autopilot blamed as driver found asleep at 70mph

Telegraph.co.uk Tech - Mon 3 Dec 18