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Tesla driver caught asleep at 150km/h (93mph)

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A man has been caught asleep behind the wheel of a self-driving Tesla car that was travelling at 150km/h (93mph).

Police in Alberta, Canada, received a call about a 2019 Tesla Model S speeding on a motorway near the town of Ponoka.

Officers said the car appeared to be in self-drive mode, with both front seats fully reclined and both the driver and passenger sleeping.

It had been travelling at 140km/h, but sped up to 150km/h when police turned on their emergency lights.

https://news.sky.com/story/tesla-driver-caught-asleep-behind-wheel-of-self-driving-car-going-93mph-12074589

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jethrofloyd
They're getting better. Twelve days ago Tesla driver watching a movie on a autopilot crashed into Cop cars.
 
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1 hour ago, jethrofloyd said:
They're getting better. Twelve days ago Tesla driver watching a movie on a autopilot crashed into Cop cars.
 

That was posted on here too:

 

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justin3651

They need to do something about the application process to be a tester at tesla, the current system isn't weeding out the stupid ones well enough. If it was just their lives in danger I wouldn't care as much if they darwined themselves from the gene pool but innocent peoples lives are on the line too. 

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