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Tesla is recalling over 362,000 due to faulty self-driving software.

The NHTSA says Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta software can make vehicles act in “an unlawful or unpredictable manner” – such as ignoring stop signs, failing to slow for yellow lights, and driving straight through intersections from a turn-only lane.

Every vehicle with FSD software is being recalled – including Model S, Model X, Model 3, and Model Y vehicles.   Vehicles with Tesla’s ‘Autopilot’ driver-assistance software are not part of the recall.

An over-the-air software update will be sent out free of charge. What does this mean for the future of self-driving cars?