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Tesla's Smart Summon feature is being investigated by NHTSA

NHTSA 'will not hesitate to act if it finds evidence of a safety-related defect'

WASHINGTON/BENGALURU (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are looking into parking lot crashes involving Tesla Inc cars driving themselves to their owners using the company's Smart Summon feature, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said on Wednesday. Several users have posted videos on social media of Tesla vehicles that appear to have been in near accidents. One posted a video of a Tesla striking a garage wall and another of a Tesla being struck by a vehicle backing up

Tesla V10.0 software update adds Smart Summon, Netflix/YouTube, Spotify, karaoke and more

Lots of entertainment options, if summoning your car isn't entertaining enough

Tesla is rolling out a new software update that adds a slew of new features to its cars. This is one of the most advanced semi-self-driving features that Tesla has yet released to the general public, and the company still says you should use it only in lots and when you have a clear view of your car. The company also notes that you're ultimately responsible for the vehicle, so definitely be aware of what's going on with the car and its surroundings if you're planning to use this one -- and you