https://ktla.com/2019/12/31/feds-investigate-deadly-gardena-crash-involving-tesla/ Plenty of other vehicles have varying levels of automation (like TACC). But stories of crashes with those vehicles don't seem to make the news every day. They only hit the news when there's a major lawsuit/recall. Yet it seems like every individual Tesla crash hits at least the local news, and per the story above, at least 13 have been investigated by NHTSA. Is there a reason for this NHTSA scrutiny? Is it typical for new automakers? Is there solid evidence of defects in some of the Tesla safety systems?