NHTSA plans to review if Pony.ai complied with crash reporting order


WASHINGTON — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it will review whether startup technology firm Pony.ai complied with government reporting requirements for driverless crashes.

Earlier this month, Pony.ai agreed to issue a recall for some versions of its autonomous driving system software after an October crash in California. The recall covered three vehicles that have been repaired, which NHTSA said was the “first recall of an automated driving system.”

NHTSA said Tuesday it will review whether Toyota-backed Pony.ai complied with reporting requirements “with respect to both the timeliness and accuracy of its reports.”

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