The first recorded FSD accident by Tesla Model Y happened in San Jose. The car caught on video while it was heading to a pole downtown.
Because Tesla has chosen the drivers carefully through a “safety test score”, it doesn’t take any responsibility with the FSD Beta.
Before the accident, the driver had installed the latest software update from Tesla, Full Self Driving Beta 10.10.
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As you can see in the video, everything was good, until the driver made a turn around the corner. It seems that Tesla Model Y didn’t recognize a pole separating the cycle lane from the main road. So the car hit the pole and caused minor damage to the front bumper.
The little accident show that Tesla still has
Work to do on FSD before being available to the general public. As you can also see that Tesla Model Y run a red light and drove into a tram lane.
According to Mr. Musk, full self-driving means that the vehicles would have the ability to drive by themselves on local roads and highways Under the supervision of the driver. “I would be shocked if we do not achieve Full Self-Driving safer than human this year. I would be shocked,” he said.