Who is responsible for Tesla autopilot crash?
The responsibility for a Tesla autopilot crash ultimately rests with the driver of the car.
According to safety experts, automated systems like Tesla's Autopilot cannot fully replace an attentive driver and require their continuous oversight.
As such, it is always up to the driver to take control of the vehicle in order to avoid any potential crashes or hazardous conditions.
Despite the autonomous features that are designed to keep drivers safe,
it is ultimately their job to remain vigilant and responsible behind the wheel. Tesla states this explicitly on its website,
saying "the currently enabled features require active driver supervision and do not make the vehicle autonomous.
This means that it is always necessary for a driver to stay aware of their surroundings and be prepared to take control of the car when necessary.