A person in Massachusetts was caught sleeping behind the wheel in a Tesla.
A fellow driver said the Tesla was going about 60 mph when he noticed two people asleep in the car. He tried honking his horn to wake them up but was unsuccessful. State police said they are aware of the incident but no complaint had been filed.
Another Tesla driver was caught sleeping behind the wheel in March 2019, as well as August 2019.
According to Tesla’s website, Autopilot “is not a self-driving system.”
“Autopilot is intended for use with a fully attentive driver, who has their hands on the wheel and is prepared to take over at any time,” they state.