More than 1 million Teslas recalled because windows can trap fingers

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More than 1 million Teslas recalled because windows can trap fingers



they are not completely self-governing. They are by no means fully autonomous vehicles. So they are only there to help you drive the car, as the driver driving the car should always keep a close eye on the road ahead, honestly I like it. I think Tesla’s autonomous performance is great, especially for long trips or commuting, you know, in and out of work or whatever. Yeah dude, you could say I trust you with my life. I think you could, you could call it that, but I trust technology more than *** a lot of drivers, to be honest. Um, it’s driving people crazy, but you know, technology has been great so far. Oh, I think they are a great addition. I wish they were there in all cars. They really reduce driver fatigue in general. I don’t feel comfortable using autonomous driving and construction zones and areas like that, which are very non-standard. But you know it’s *** rare in your management. And when you pay attention, you see it happen, you disconnect, you drive yourself, and then you go back to autonomous driving.

More than 1 million Teslas recalled because windows can trap fingers


Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1 million vehicles in the U.S. because the windows can pinch a person’s fingers when rolled up. Related video above: Tesla reports 273 crashes involving driver assistance systems. In documents released Thursday by U.S. safety regulators, Tesla says the automatic window roll-down system may not respond properly after detecting an obstacle. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says this is a violation of federal safety standards for power windows. An online software update will fix the problem, Tesla says. The recall affects certain 2017-2022 Model 3 sedans and certain 2020 and 2021 Model Y SUVs. Also included are some 2021 and 2022 Model S sedans and Model X SUVs. Tesla discovered the problem during production testing in August. Starting November 15, owners will be notified by letter. The company says in the documents that the cars in production have received the update since September 13. As of September 16, Tesla was not aware of any warranty claims or injuries due to the problem. documents.

Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1 million vehicles in the US because the windows can pinch a person’s fingers when rolled up.

Related video above: Tesla reports 273 crashes involving driver assistance systems

In documents released Thursday by U.S. safety regulators, Tesla says the automatic window roll-up system may not respond properly after detecting an obstacle.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says this is a violation of federal safety standards for power windows. An online software update will fix the problem, Tesla says.

The recall affects certain 2017-2022 Model 3 sedans and certain 2020 and 2021 Model Y SUVs. Also included are some 2021 and 2022 Model S sedans and Model X SUVs.

Tesla discovered the problem during production testing in August. Starting November 15, owners will be notified by letter. The company says in the documents that the cars in production have received the update since September 13.

As of Sept. 16, Tesla was not aware of any warranty claims or injuries due to the problem, according to the filings.

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