Tesla could be forced to report Full Self-Driving Beta data to the DMV

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Tesla, which has avoided submitting its autonomous driving data to the California DMV, could be forced to reveal its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta to the California 

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A number of companies, including Apple and Tesla, have been testing autonomous driving technology in California.

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Their autonomous driving programs, such as disengagements and accidents, must be shared with the California DMV.

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Tesla has avoided sharing this data with the DMV, and has only officially logged in a few hundred miles of “autonomous test driving” in the state over the past seven years.

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However, since the release of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta program, things have become more complicated.

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Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta (FSD Beta) software is being tested by Tesla owners who are selected using the company’s “safety test score.”

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 It allows the car to drive autonomously to a destination entered in the navigation system, but the driver must remain vigilant and ready to take control at all times.

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Despite its name, Tesla’s system is still considered a level-two driver-assistance system since the responsibility lies with the driver.

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Tesla had previously revealed communications between the California DMV and the automaker in which the automaker asked the DMV not to report its autonomous test results 

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Several Tesla owners who have gained access to the FSD Beta software have posted videos of it in action.

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