The publication that purports to protect consumers is suggesting that consumers:
- Avoid buying the most crashworthy car on the road.
- Avoid the safest method of operating that car — assuming they’ve already made the mistake of buying one in the first place.
And it’s suggesting that Tesla drop the “Autopilot” name because it might imply hands-off driving. Well then, Consumer Reports should drop the “Reports” part because this behavior is not “reporting” at all.