Another day, another story of a horribly irresponsible Tesla owner "beta testing" the company's Autopilot software while putting countless other lives at risk.
And likely, another day the NHTSA in the U.S. will do nothing about it.
Today's story comes out of Canada, where a 20 year old man is facing charges for sleeping behind the wheel of a Tesla that was doing more than 90 mph.
The RCMP was called when witnesses saw "a speeding Tesla electric car heading south of Edmonton, and what appeared to be no one behind the wheel," according to NBC.
Both front seats were fully reclined and both the driver and the passenger appeared to be asleep, according to the report. The car was doing about 87mph on a roadway with a posted speed limit of about 68mph.
Police say that when chasing the Tesla down, it accelerated to more than 90mph as other drivers on the roadway pulled over after seeing the patrol car's lights.
RCMP Sgt. Darrin Turnbull said: "Nobody was looking out the windshield to see where the car was going. I've been in policing for over 23 years and the majority of that in traffic law enforcement, and I'm speechless. I've never, ever seen anything like this before, but of course the technology wasn't there."
The driver was charged with speeding and had a temporary hold put on his license.
Superintendent Gary Graham of Alberta RCMP Traffic Services concluded: "Although manufacturers of new vehicles have built in safeguards to prevent drivers from taking advantage of the new safety systems in vehicles, those systems are just that — supplemental safety systems. They are not self-driving systems, they still come with the responsibility of driving."
We wonder if Gary could give the NHTSA a call...