U.S. investigates California Tesla crash that killed motorcyclist

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said on Monday that it has

launched a special inquiry into the collision of a 2021 Tesla Model Y car that killed a motorcyclist in California.

Since 2016, the NHTSA has started 37 special investigations into incidents involving

Tesla vehicles and sophisticated driver assistance technologies such as Autopilot. 

In those Tesla-related investigations, 18 crash deaths were documented, including the most recent deadly California collision.

The government declined to disclose the exact tragedy, but media sources indicated a 48-year-old motorcyclist

was killed on the Riverside Freeway in California on July 7 after colliding with a 2021 Tesla Model Y.

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