It's yet another sign an important regulatory agency is waking up from a decades-long slumber.
A new federal rule will require car companies to report crashes that occur when the car is doing some of the driving.
Regulators continue to be MIA as Elon Musk uses public roads as a laboratory.
The New Car Assessment Program helped prove that car-buyers care about safety. But the program, now decades behind modern standards, no longer serves its purpose.
It's still OK to abuse Autopilot, though.
Oh, and the report suggests there’s no point doing anything to stop it.
If you’re going out for a night of Pokémon hunting, make sure to designate a driver.
New technologies can make life easier for all of us, but we can't rely on the free market to do it automatically.