Washington, DC (CNN)The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is calling for the creation of safety regulations of partially automated driver assistance systems, like Tesla’s Autopilot and GM’s Super Cruise.
The organization, which is funded by the car insurance industry, recommended increased monitoring of drivers to ensure they’re engaged, prohibiting automated lane changing and restricting the use of these systems to the roads they’re designed for. It warned that when too much of the driving shifts away from humans, they stop paying attention and fail to control their vehicle.
The announcement comes two weeks after the National Transportation Safety Board reiterated its recommendations that Tesla make safety changes to its Autopilot system following a fatal crash involving a distracted driver who was using the company’s driver assistance system.
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