D.Canadian authorities have accused a man in Alberta of speeding and risky driving. In July, the Royal Canadian Police (RCMP) caught a Tesla driver driving on the highway at a speed of 150 kilometers per hour – fell asleep behind the wheel of his self-driving car.
Earlier, the police received a complaint about a high-speed car on the highway near Panoka, including the British. “Guardian“Referring to the RCMP statement. “The car seemed to be driving autonomously, at a speed of 140 km / h, the backs of both front seats were completely back, and the passengers seemed to be asleep,” the report said.
When the police gave a light signal to the car and the cars in front cleared the road, the speed of the car increased to 150 km / h – and was 40 km / h higher than the maximum speed limit. The 20-year-old driver was initially given a ticket for speeding, and his driver’s license was revoked for 24 hours due to fatigue. The province has also charged the driver with dangerous driver behavior. The trial date is set for December.