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Reviews Canada. The Tesla was traveling 150 km / h while its driver was taking a nap

18:35  18 september  2020
18:35  18 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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A Canadian man has been charged with dangerous driving for allegedly taking a nap while his self- driving Tesla car clocked up more than 90mph ( 150 km / h ). Police said both front seats were fully reclined, and the driver and passenger were apparently asleep when they were alerted to the incident

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L'intérieur d'une Tesla (photo d'illustration). © THOMAS BREGARDIS / ARCHIVES OUEST-FRANCE The interior of a Tesla (photo illustration).

Canadian Federal Police stopped a speeding Tesla car while its driver was taking a nap. He had activated the vehicle's autopilot.

Funny intervention for police officers from the province of Alberta to Canada , who arrested an motorist asleep in a Tesla vehicle, reports the Presse-Citron site, citing a tweet published by the police Thursday, September 17. The brand is particularly well known for its models with the Autopilot functionality, which makes it partly autonomous.

Only partially, since the manufacturer asks drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and to stay alert. In Canada, the motorist in question activated this feature and decided to fully recline his seat to take a nap.

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The vehicle was traveling at more than 140 km (86.9 miles) per hour, with both front seats "completely reclined and both occupants appearing to be asleep When a police officer approached the vehicle with emergency lights the Tesla "automatically began to accelerate" to 150 km (93.2 m) per hour, the

The driver 's Model S Tesla was pictured with its seats fully reclined while roaring along near the When cops discovered the car traveling at about 86mph, they turned on their emergency flashing It is not clear why the car sped up to 93 mph (exactly 150 km / h ) as the cars moved out of the way when

Alberta RCMP received a complaint of a car speeding on Hwy 2 near #Ponoka . The car appeared to be self-driving, traveling over 140 km / h with both front seats completely reclined & occupants appeared to be asleep. The driver received a Dangerous Driving charge & summons for court pic.twitter.com/tr0RohJDH1

- RCMP Alberta (@RCMPAlberta) September 17, 2020

A peak of 150 km / h

Federal agents noticed that the car had behaved strangely during their intervention. " After the officer in charge activated his vehicle's flashing lights, the Tesla automatically started to accelerate. The officer was able to obtain radar readings on the vehicle, confirming that it had automatically accelerated to exactly 150 km / h , "law enforcement said.

The car finally stopped and the police issued a speeding ticket. The driver, in his twenties, will subsequently be brought to court and will have to answer criminally for his dangerous driving.

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