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Tesla’s Q1 2019 Vehicle Safety Report says vehicles were involved in one accident per 2.87 million miles driven on Autopilot, in line with the company’s report the previous quarter.
The numbers released in Tesla’s Q4 2018 Vehicle Safety Report showed one accident per 2.91 million miles with Autopilot.
Tesla said one accident occurred every 1.76 million miles driven in Q1 without the feature, compared to 1.58 million miles in Q4.
Tesla started releasing safety data in 2018 to to give consumers more insight into the performance of its self-driving system.
“By comparison, NHTSA’s most recent data shows that in the United States there is an automobile crash every 436,000 miles,” the Q1 report said.