Tesla's Recalling Model 3 And Model S Cars: Here's What You Need To Know
Tesla has issued a recall for some Model 3 and Model S cars, and here's what you need to know.
The recall is due to potential safety concerns with the vehicles' seat belts and fasteners.
Tesla has determined that certain cars may have been manufactured with seat belt bolts that were not properly tightened,
which could increase the risk of seat belt detachment during a crash.
Owners of affected vehicles will be notified by Tesla and instructed to bring their cars to a service center for inspection and potential repair.
It's crucial for owners to respond promptly to the recall notice to ensure the safety of themselves and their passengers.
It's always advisable to refer to Tesla's official documentation or consult with a Tesla representative for the most accurate and up-to-date information.