Because of safety concerns, Tesla is recalling all 363,000 US vehicles equipped with its alleged "Full Self Driving" driver assistance software,
As it stands, "full self-driving" uses steering, braking, and acceleration to negotiate local roads,
but it still needs a human driver who is ready to take over at any time in case the system makes a mistake.
According to analysis done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Tesla's FSD feature "led to an excessive risk to motor vehicle
safety based on insufficient adherence to traffic safety laws," the NHTSA stated. Also, it stated that FSD could break several intersection traffic laws
"before some drivers may interfere." The recall notice, which was published on the NHTSA website,
stated that the FSD Beta system "may allow the vehicle to act unsafely around intersections,
such as traveling straight through an intersection while in a turn-only lane, entering a stop sign-controlled intersection without coming to a complete stop,