Why Tesla is recalling its vehicles? | What tesla is right for me


Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1 Million of its vehicles due to Automatic Window Safety Issue. The window on Tesla car can pinch a persons fingers. The National Highway safety Administration said , (tesla will update software to fix the problem). Tesla reply : Tesla said, its was not yet aware of any injuries or deaths in connection to the recall.  (Why Tesla is recalling its vehicles? What tesla is right for me)


As you know about the tesla founder no doubt he is one and only Elon Musk. Elon Reeve Musk ( born June 28, 1971) is a business magnate and investor. He is the founder, CEO, and Chief Engineer at SpaceX; angel investor, CEO, and product architect of Tesla, Inc.; founder of The Boring Company; and co-founder of Neuralink and OpenAI companies. Let we talk about the services of tesla which is provides by tesla to its customers : (What tesla is right for me)

1 : Charging

In 2012, Tesla began building a network of 480-volt fast-charging Supercharger stations. As of June 2022, Tesla operates 36,165 Superchargers in 3,971 stations worldwide (an average of 9 chargers per station). The Supercharger is a proprietary direct current (DC) technology that provides up to 250 kilowatts (kW) of power. All Tesla cars except the first generation Roadster come standard with hardware to charge at Superchargers.

Model S and X cars ordered before January 15, 2017, and between August 3, 2019, and May 26, 2020, received free unlimited supercharging. Model S and X cars ordered between January 15, 2017, and August 3, 2019, got 400 kWh (1,400 MJ) of free Supercharging credits per year, which provides a range of roughly 1,000 miles per year (1,600 kilometers per year). Subsequent Tesla models never received free unlimited supercharging.

2 : Software updates and upgrades

Tesla vehicles’ software is regularly updated over-the-air when new software and firmware versions are released. This allows the cars to remain up to date and improve after purchase. Tesla also offers the option to unlock features in the car through over-the-air software upgrades after purchase. Available upgrades include basic Autopilot, Full Self Driving, acceleration boost (for Model 3 owners), and rear-heated seats (for Model 3 owners).

3 : Connectivity

All Tesla cars come with “Standard Connectivity” which provides navigation using a cellular connection, and the following only over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth: internet browsing, music streaming (with a paid subscription), and, when parked, video streaming and “caraoke”. “Premium Connectivity” adds cellular access to those features and also provides live traffic and satellite maps for navigation.

4 : Vehicle servicing

In 2016, Tesla recommended having any Tesla car inspected every 12,500 miles or once a year, whichever comes first. In early 2019, the manual was changed to say: “your Tesla does not require annual maintenance and regular fluid changes,” and instead it recommends periodic servicing of the brake fluid, air conditioning, tires and air filters.

5 : Insurance

On June 4, 2017, the American Automobile Association raised insurance rates for Tesla owners following a report from the Highway Loss Data Institute. The report concluded that the Model S crashes 46% more often and is 50% more expensive to repair than comparable vehicles. Similarly, the Model X was concluded to crash 41% more often and to be 89% more expensive to repair than similar vehicles. As a result, AAA raised insurance rates on Tesla cars by 30%.

Tesla said that the analysis is “severely flawed and not reflective of reality”, however, Tesla failed to provide any contradictory numbers. Shortly thereafter, Russ Rader, the spokesman for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, confirmed the AAA’s analysis and that “Teslas get into a lot of crashes and are costly to repair afterward”. The following year, an analysis of claim frequency and insurance cost data by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety conducted by financial research provider 24/7 Wall St. found that the Tesla Model S and Model X were the two most expensive vehicles to insure.


We (World With Art) prefer to buy Tesla Model S Car. No doubt it is the best car for you.

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