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Tesla safety report for the first quarter: autopilot accident rate is 1 / 9 of the average in the United States

via:驱动之家     time:2021/4/18 18:28:46     readed:102

The reliability of Tesla's autopilot function has not been accepted by all consumers.

However, as a mature enterprise, Tesla certainly knows the power of using data to speak. And it has proved the reliability and security of autopilot with real data.

Recently, Tesla released the vehicle safety data report for the first quarter of 2021,The report collects vehicle data and investigates accident rates for different conditions per mile with assisted driving.

Starting from 2018, Tesla will issue vehicle safety reports every quarter to compare the accident rate of automatic driving assistance on or off.

According to the report,The average car owner who uses autopilot has an accident every 4.19 million miles;For the car owners who don't use autopilot but have active safety, there is an accident every 2.05 million miles on average;

The car owners who did not use autopilot or active safety had an average accident every 978000 miles;In the United States, there is a car accident every 484000 miles.

Compared with Tesla with autopolit and active safety, the average mileage accident rate of Tesla is about 1 / 9 of the average in the United States.

One of the main themes of Tesla's data is that the average mileage accident rate of Tesla's vehicles is the lowest, whether or not using autopolit or active safety.



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