CHP spokesman Daniel Jakowitz acknowledged Tesla’s statement but emphasized the ongoing investigation, saying, “We did see the statement they put out, but the bottom line is we still have a long and thorough investigation to do.” He also noted the role of speed in accidents, stating, “Speed is always going to play a factor. It’s just a matter of how fast the vehicle was going before and at the time of the accident.”
Tesla’s Autopilot system has been implicated in at least two fatal crashes, leading two U.S. consumer groups to call for a change in its name, labeling it as misleading.
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