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Tesla’s so-called Autopilot features, which are available on more than 70,000 vehicles worldwide, have come under scrutiny since May. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

(Bloomberg) – Federal safety regulators have asked Tesla Motors Inc. for a broad range of documents and information about the automated driving systems in use when a 2015 Model S collided with a truck in a fatal accident in Florida.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it hasn’t made a determination about whether the vehicles are defective and described the information request as a “standard step” in the preliminary evaluation of Tesla’s automated driving system.

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