California Regulator Accuses Tesla of Falsely Advertising Autopilot

California Regulator Accuses Tesla of Falsely Advertising Autopilot

California Regulator Accuses Tesla of Falsely Advertising Autopilot A state agency said the electric carmaker had misled the public in describing its driver-assistance service as autonomous. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. California’s Department of Motor Vehicles has accused Tesla of falsely advertising its driver-assistance technology in two complaints that could affect the company’s ability to sell cars in the state. The agency said Tesla had misled customers by claiming in advertisements that vehicles equipped with its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving Capability programs were autonomous. If the agency’s complaints to the state’s Office of Administrative Hearings succeed, Tesla’s licenses to make and sell vehicles in California could be suspended or revoked. Tesla “made …
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