Tesla Inc advised U.S. auto security regulators it has reviews of two new crash fatalities in Design 3 vehicles tied to state-of-the-art driver help systems in the month ending Oct 15, details produced Tuesday by the federal government displays.

The Nationwide Highway Website traffic Security Administration (NHTSA) in June commenced releasing data offered by automakers on reviews of crashes tied to driver support systems like Tesla’s Autopilot.

“NHTSA has reviewed these crashes and is conducting suitable stick to-up. NHTSA works by using a lot of facts resources in its enforcement procedures,” the agency stated Tuesday.    NHTSA issued an buy in June 2021 requiring automakers and tech firms to instantly report all crashes involving advanced driver assistance devices (ADAS) and automobiles geared up with automated driving systems tested on community roads. The safety regulator reported Tuesday it works by using info submitted by automakers less than its 2021 buy as part of its investigations.

Of the 18 deadly crashes documented considering that July 2021 that experienced to do with driver support devices, almost all involved Tesla cars.

The agency has emphasised crashes are tracked by specific automakers in diverse strategies and discouraged comparisons of general performance among automakers partly because of to deficiency of detailed metrics to track how greatly each and every process is made use of or how crashes are reported.

Independently, due to the fact 2016, NHTSA has opened 38 particular investigations of crashes involving Tesla vehicles where innovative driver assistance programs these as Autopilot had been suspected of currently being used. All round, 19 crash fatalities have been documented in those people Tesla-relevant investigations.

Tesla did not reply to a ask for for comment.

It has claimed Autopilot allows cars to brake and steer immediately inside of their lanes but does not make them capable of driving them selves.    In June, NHTSA upgraded its defect investigation into 830,000 Tesla motor vehicles with Autopilot, a expected move right before it could seek out a recall.