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Multiple Deadly Crashes Raises Concerns About Self-Driving Loopholes

August 12, 2022

According to an online news report published, global car manufacturers appear to be gravitating toward over-hyping their products leading to a misuse of the technology with fatal results.*

One deadly accident in China was caused by an Xpeng vehicle colliding with a broken-down car parked on the highway in Ningbo. The automaker, Xpeng, stated that the company is fully cooperating in the accident investigation. These collisions are occurring throughout the world. 

A Tesla autonomous driving vehicle, which purportedly had its automatic driving turned on, crashed into a parked police car in Florida. Three months before that collision, another Tesla vehicle smashed into two on-duty police officers who were on an overpass killing one of the officers.  

Self-driving technology has made substantial progress in the past few years, but drivers shouldn't rely on the technology infinitely, experts state. One of the most serious issues with self-driving vehicles is identifying static objects. Also, many drivers don't have a clear understanding of the self-driving function of their vehicles. Auto manufacturers have addressed the issue by attaching a vague disclaimer hoping that they can avoid liabilities. However, the disclaimers do not help prevent fatal accidents from occurring. 

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