A Canadian driver is in trouble, accused of sleeping at the wheel while his Tesla was speeding down the highway at 93-miles-per-hour.
The incident happened over the summer but was just reported by Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The Mounties say the 2019 Tesla Model S appeared to be self-driving and travelling more than 90-mph with “both front seats completely reclined” and “both occupants appearing to be asleep.”
According to Global News:
"Police charged the driver, a British Columbia man, with speeding and issued a 24-hour licence suspension. After further investigation and consultation with the Crown, the driver was charged with dangerous driving."
The driver is set to appear in Canadian court in December.
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