> Is it really that hard to say Neuschwanstein? Read more
“there is a smaller proportion of Tesla and Cadillac vehicles in crashes than similarly marketed vehicles without such semi-autonomous tech” Read more
I rented a Nissan Altima that could not. And somehow Car and Driver managed to drive over the key fob of a Focus ST. So I assume it could not either.
“intentionally misleading headlines and articles” Read more
“Should I even replace all these components?”(Because this is getting expensive). Read more
The second example - from the get-go was obviously not the fault of the autonomous vehicle. Read more
coverage that creates the incorrect impression that semi-autonomous vehicles—and in particular Teslas—are inherently dangerous in and of themselves Read more
He was counting Canada and Mexico.
“waits for the individual states -bastions of efficient government and decency that they are“ Read more
“We’re talking vehicle testing here, driving around one city block, no matter how densely populated, is not a good test of a vehicle.” Read more
“Why does the EU have a patchwork of laws for autonomous driving?“ Read more
“where the federal government just sort of sits on its hands and waits for the individual states to come up with their own policies.” Read more
“It is pretty fucked for headlines to say things like “Tesla with autopilot slams into...” Read more
edit: When you leave your KEY in garage and you drive on to the freeway. And the engine shuts off.
Yes, key. Read more
Cars should shut themselves off if you try to drive them without the proximity key inside. Read more
When you leave your car in garage and you drive on to the freeway. And the engine shuts off.
How many caimans would it take to upholster the whole interior of a Cayman with caiman skin? Read more