NHTSA Says 758 Drivers Complained of Phantom Braking

The Wall Street Journal discovered that the safety regulator would also release information on crashes involving driving assistance technologies. NHTSA said it wanted to offer more transparency on crashes involving new ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems). Not by chance, two of the most famous ones available are Autopilot and FSD (Full Self-Driving), both offered by Tesla vehicles.

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