This week in MA, a passing pedestrian filmed a driver in a Tesla dead asleep at the wheel while the auto cruised down the highway.
The driver looked hunched over and the passenger also appeared to be dozing off. Randall posted the video to Twitter on Sunday.
Another more recent video shows the process on the Tesla Model 3.
"It was just so odd and baffling" Randall told WBZ-TV. "Teslas are sick, I guess?" "I'm always going to look to see if somebody's asleep".
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Mr Randall then pulled out his phone to record a 30 second video of the sleeping occupants while the vehicle sped along the highway, before posting the clip on social media with the message: "Some guy literally asleep at the wheel on the Mass Pike (great place for it)".
"At highway speeds, drivers typically receive warnings every 30 seconds or less if their hands aren't detected on the wheel", a company spokesperson said. "Our driver-monitoring system repeatedly reminds drivers to remain engaged and prohibits the use of Autopilot when warnings are ignored".
"I thought I should record this, then I thought I shouldn't record this because it's also unsafe, but it was just so freaky I just had to get it on video", Randall said.
Mr Randall said he did not call the police on the vehicle, which was travelling 55 to 60mph, but state police said they are aware of his video.
Tesla's Autopilot driver assistance system is really good, so good in fact, some drivers are deciding it's perfectly fine to take a nap while the auto drives itself.