The streets may be a little quieter these days, with more people at home, staying healthy, and nudging away any further spread of the coronavirus. But in the meantime, a few streets are actually humming with autonomous action, particularly when it comes to self driving cars
. Or what some might now call self stopping
cars. Tesla, as always, is at the forefront of a conversation about an autopilot system that can recognize a stop sign or a stop light and, as intended, stop on its own.
With the inclusion of other driver-assist features, Tesla always wishes to remind drivers of one important detail:
While Tesla Autopilot will be able to automatically operate at intersections, like with Autopilot on the highway, Tesla still says that drivers must keep their hands on the steering wheel at all times and be ready to take control. The driver is still always responsible for driving the vehicle.
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