NTSB goes head to head with Tesla

Tesla is not like an airline or charter operator, or aircraft makers with a long history of close safety regulation. The latter tend to cooperate fully with the small agency, turning over the flight data recorders and even engineering records when required. But the board was irked because Tesla was releasing its own findings without the agency have vetted and cleared them. A couple of Tesla releases seem aimed at establishing the driver was at fault. (The car in question was running in a hybrid mode, not fully driverless)…