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California’s Missed Opportunity to Regulate Tesla

William H. Widen of the University of Miami School of Law argues legislation passed this week in California targeting Tesla fails to make public roads safer
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By Junko Yoshida

What’s at stake:
Safety on public roads grows more tenuous. Tesla’s fraud isn’t just promoting its vehicles as self-driving when they are not. More problematic is that Tesla builds shoddy SAE Level 4 cars equipped with beta software, leading customers to believe they can drive Teslas anywhere. California legislators missed the big picture, a critic argues.

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