A Tesla Supercharger station at the Connecticut Post mall in Milford, Conn. in 2017.

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NORWALK — After State Police reported a crash in Norwalk early Saturday where a Tesla driver claimed his car was on autopilot — and that he had been checking on his dog in the back seat — social media users expressed concern about automated driving features, some saying that autopilot should not be allowed.

The concern is nothing new, as reports of crashes involving autopilot and online videos that show Tesla drivers asleep at the wheel have drawn scrutiny. But statistics released by Tesla tell a second story.

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