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  1. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    The new ABB FIA Formula E safety car is the Porsche Taycan The FIA announced that the Porsche Taycan will be the newest safety car for the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Formula E opens its season on January 28-29 in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia and will make its debut appearance in Vancouver in...
  2. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    NHTSA Safety Advisor Dr. Mary "Missy" Cummings ordered to recuse herself from any matters relating to Tesla The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) received a new Safety Advisor last year, Dr. Mary "Missy" Cummings. Cummings was appointed into the role by the Biden...
  3. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla Q4 2021 Safety Report: Autopilot continues to deliver Tesla released their quarterly safety report today, and Autopilot continues to deliver a safer driving record than human drivers. The latest numbers from Tesla shows that Tesla's using Autopilot experienced one crash for every 4.31...
  4. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    NHTSA evaluating safety concerns of Tesla heat pump issues According to Reuters, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is now evaluating potential safety concerns with some Tesla heat pumps. As per an NHTSA spokesperson, the NHTSA is aware of the issue and is evaluating...
  5. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla China releases Go Giga | Tesla Giga Principle of Safety video After a wave of bad publicity, recalls, and other issues in China, Tesla China released a video to explore the Tesla Giga Principle of Safety. The company used Gigafactory Shanghai as the backdrop of the video. As per the...
  6. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla to release "significant" Autopilot improvements to non-US owners by March 2022 Tesla aims to release "significant" improvements to Autopilot for vehicles outside of the US by March 2022. This timeline is according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who responded to @WholeMarsBlog on Twitter...
  7. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    2021-2022 Tesla Model Y earns highest possible Top Safety Pick+ rating from IIHS The 2021-2022 Tesla Model Y has earned yet another top safety award, this time from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The safety agency awarded Tesla its highest possible rating for the electric...
  8. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Autonomous shuttle in Whitby, Ontario crashes into tree seriously injuring safety operator on board A self-driving shuttle in Whitby, Ontario crashed into a tree on Thursday afternoon, seriously injuring the vehicle's safety operator. The incident occurred at around 4:00pm in the area of...
  9. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Spokane officers rate Tesla Model Y police cruiser low in comfort, reliability, storage, and safety in early review In December 2020 the Spokane Police Department in Washington State announced plans to purchase four Tesla Model Ys for police use. The department received them in March, but have...
  10. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    FSD Beta expanding to 98 Safety Scores next Friday with release of V10.4, tentatively Tesla is planning a further expansion of the Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta program to those owners with a less than perfect Safety Score next week. CEO Elon Musk said the plan is tentatively to release Beta...
  11. Tesla Experiences
    Last night, charging in Oakland, I narrowly avoided being robbed. At charging stations during the night time, Tesla drivers are sitting ducks. If Tesla wants to become a truly global company in the 21st century, it should learn what the realities on the street are right on home turf in the San...
  12. Cybertruck: Design
    Lots of armchair car engineers on the internet have suggested that Tesla employing 3mm thick stainless steel on the Cybertruck will result in more injuries for occupants in other cars or even pedestrians. Some think it's due to the sharp angles or assuming they will not have crumples zones or...
  13. Model 3
    Sorry if this already posted. I am primarily interested in the safety implications of this car crash. Older driver listed as one of the seriously injured. Please add intel if you have it...
  14. Tesla Tech Talk
    Is it Autopilot 2.0 and/or battery 2.0 and/or will it include production intent Model 3? Autopilot 2.0 seems to be the most likely, There are stories about new power walls doubling in battery capacity because they are based on 20170's? If it were Autopilot 2.0, it would make sense to put in...
  15. Tesla Discussions
    From: https://www.tesla.com/blog/q3-2018-vehicle-safety-report Q3 2018 Vehicle Safety Report The Tesla Team October 4, 2018 At Tesla, the safety of our customers is our top priority, which is why it's critical that we design and build the safest cars in the world. Not only do we conduct...
  16. Tesla Tech Talk
    https://electrek.co/2018/09/20/tesla-model-3-5-star-safety-rating-nhtsa/
  17. Tesla Software and Firmware
    I wish the car would automatically engage in "HOLD" when the car is stopped. As of now, we would have to apply the brakes twice, once to stop and again to hold.
  18. Model 3: Design
    After reading this Consumer Report article about exploding panoramic roofs, I began wondering about the composition of the glass roof on the Model 3. I know safety is a concern for Tesla, but is this something the roof was designed to avoid? Has there been any history of exploding Tesla glass...
  19. Tesla Tech Talk
    As the autopilot software becomes more sophisticated it seems like the vehicle should be able to plot the safest path in order to avoid a collision. The system should be able to control steering, braking and even acceleration as needed to follow this path. Since Elon stated in the unveiling...
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