Tesla Full Self Driving beta is being used by over 100,000 people. Normally 100,000 US drivers have 12.4 fatal accidents each year. This is over one fatality per month. Normally 100,000 drivers would have 163 accidents with injuries each month. There are so far no reported injury or fatality accidents after over four months of 60,000+ users and a month or so of over 100,000 users.
Human driving is the problem. ADAS makes driving safer. 100,000 people are using FSD beta, there have been zero accidents that involve injuries/death. Statistically in the US, the average 100,000 drivers have 222 accidents, with 163 injuries/1.2 deaths each month. pic.twitter.com/YJ8ybGBjeS
— Alan Dail⚡️🔋🇺🇦 (@alandail) April 20, 2022
SOURCES – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com (Brian owns shares of Tesla)
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