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Tesla cars are designed to be the safest. Safety is the most important part of the overall Model 3 design. In a roof-crush test, Model 3 resisted four times its own mass, even with an all-glass roof: that's the same weight as two full-grown African elephants. Thanks to this, Model 3s have repeatedly saved the lives of their passengers, so they have proven that they deserve a 5-star safety rating.
WMBF News reports that a Model 3 driver crashed into a building in Myrtle Beach. Police said the car hit the wall of the Rose Arbor Fabrics at 6916 North Kings Highway.
Source: WMBF News
The Myrtle Beach Police Department said the driver told them that he mistakenly pressed the gas pedal during parking, so the car quickly headed straight into the wall. Fortunately, none of the passengers were injured during the accident. Unfortunately, this cannot be attributed to a building whose wall was broken.
Officials were able to pull out the car, and the hole left by the car was patched with plywood. Part of the car was completely in the building, which means that Model 3 is so well designed that it broke a brick wall, while ensuring complete safety for its passengers.
Source: WMBF News
Experience shows that Teslas are one of the safest cars on the market today, which is confirmed by all kinds of safety ratings conducted in various parts of the world. The NHTSA gave the Tesla Model 3 a 5-star rating in rollover, side crash, and frontal crash tests.
Safety Model 3, like all cars of the company, is a matter of pride. Safety is the most important part of the overall Model 3 design. The metal structure is a combination of aluminum and steel, for maximum strength in every area.
The constant painstaking work of Tesla has amazing results, because the safety of car passengers and other road users is a priority. It is Tesla who cares about this safety and is constantly developing and improving various systems that prevent the occurrence of crash, as such.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.