In both crashes, in 2016 and 2019, the cars and trucks were being driven while using Teslas Autopilot partially automated driving software.Detroit Police Sgt. Nicole Kirkwood could not state if the Tesla driver was using the companys Autopilot or “complete self-driving” software application. The NTSB, which investigates crashes and makes recommendations, likewise slammed Tesla for enabling the system to work on roadways that it cant handle.In a Feb. 1 letter to the Department of Transportation, which includes NHTSA, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt advised the agency to enact policies governing motorist help systems as well as testing of self-governing vehicles.”Although Tesla consists of a disclaimer that presently made it possible for functions require active chauffeur supervision and do not make the car autonomous, NHTSAs hands-off technique to oversight of AV screening poses a prospective risk to vehicle drivers and other roadway users,” he wrote.Detroit cops said in a declaration that a white Tesla sedan drove through a crossway around 3:20 a.m. Thursday, became and struck the trailer wedged underneath it.Both the male chauffeur and female traveler were taken to a regional health center.