Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) system has come under further scrutiny after an eight car crash recently on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge. According to the driver of the Tesla Model S, the collision was triggered by the self-driving feature, which suddenly and unexpectedly applied the brakes. It’s an issue regulators have been scrutinizing in 2022 along with other potential problems with the system. Tellingly, the automaker itself warns drivers using the FSD system may cause it to “do the worst thing at the wrong time.” Critics have said that Tesla has long overt stated the capabilities of its semi-autonomous vehicle systems. It is the latest setback for the technology in general as skepticism has mounted on how soon fully autonomous systems will be ubiquitous.