Tesla Model 3 Saves Driver’s Life in Head-on Wreck as Company’s Vehicles Are 'safest cars,' per Emergency Officers

von Eva Fox Oktober 29, 2022

Tesla Model 3 Saves Driver’s Life in Head-on Wreck as Company’s Vehicles Are 'safest cars,' per Emergency Officers

Photo: @moi_o_see/Twitter

Tesla Model 3 saved its driver's life in a head-on collision with an SUV. Emergency and fire officials who arrived at the scene of the accident said Tesla's cars are the safest and the driver was lucky she was in one of them.

Car accidents are annually responsible for approximately 1.3 million deaths worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Improving car safety could save millions of lives, and Tesla has taken responsibility for it.

@moi_o_see/Twitter told the story of how a Tesla car saved his wife's life. He wrote that his wife was driving her Model 3, and an SUV driving in the oncoming lane suddenly crossed the center lines and crashed directly into the Tesla. It was a head-on collision at high speed, so the force of the impact was quite strong. However, @moi_o_see's wife survived because Tesla cars are designed with safety as a top priority. Every part of the car is designed to take a hit if necessary, and to protect all occupants as much as possible. @moi_o_see said that the emergency services and fire brigade who arrived at the scene of the accident said that Tesla cars are the safest and the driver was lucky that she was in one of them.


The NHTSA gave Tesla Model 3 a 5-star rating in rollover, side crash, and frontal crash tests. Model 3’s safety, 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 passengers and other road users is a top priority.

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