Tesla Using Vehicle Owners As Beta Testers Putting Others On The Road At Risk, Says Consumer Reports

Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” software raises concerns that the autopilot system’s use on public roads puts at risk pedestrians, cyclists and other car drivers who are unaware that they are part of an experiment, Consumer Reports (CR) said.

Earlier in July, Tesla released its FSD Beta 9 version to Tesla owners who have purchased the FSD option access. It enables drivers to use several of Autopilot’s advanced driver-assist features on local and non-highway streets, The Verge reported.