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Have You Experienced Issues With Your Tesla?

Tesla has built a reputation for selling safe and trustworthy electric cars of the future. Now they are in the hot seat for a myriad of unintended acceleration (UA) cases.

The defect seems to occur most often when cars are parked or slowing down to park. Drivers recall a sudden jump in acceleration and the brake component failing to respond. Various reports of unintended acceleration have occurred in Model S and Model X cars.

Our main concern is to prevent future cases and injuries by recognizing the design flaw in Tesla’s electronic system.

Tesla hasn’t been helpful with returning the diagnostics logs of the accidents, only returning information they choose to disclose and not all of it.

If you own a Tesla, recognizing the possible dangers that many other consumers of the product have experienced is critical. The design flaw needs to be fixed for the safety of all consumers. If you have experienced a similar condition with your Tesla model, please share your thoughts!

If you have experienced a similar condition with your Tesla, share your thoughts with us.





Potential Flaws:

  • 2013 Model S, 2016 Model X, 2015 Model X, and more experiencing unexpected acceleration (UA)

  • UA while applying brakes

  • UA while reversing

  • UA while model is stopped

  • Car lock malfunction

Recent Incidents:

The driver of a Model S pulled into the garage of their home and placed the car in park. As the driver was exiting the vehicle, it suddenly accelerated through the garage wall and continued to accelerate “like it has a mind of its own”- even while the driver pushed the brake – until it finally shook to a stop.
A recent example of the UA defect occurred in a 2019 Model X when a pregnant mother was removing groceries from the car. The mother’s two-year-old was in the driver’s seat at the moment the car jumped forward and pinned the mother against the garage wall, resulting in broken bones and sending her into premature labor. The Model X car doors were open at the time of acceleration, which shouldn’t happen since the car is designed not to move if any doors are open, even in the drive gear.
A child was locked in the car right after the mother closed her driver’s side door. The reason suspected was “when the key fob is in a purse with a cellphone- radio waves can be mixed.” The car trapped the child inside, sending the mother into a panic for her son’s life.

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Have You Experienced Issues With Your Tesla?

Tesla has built a reputation for selling safe and trustworthy electric cars of the future. Now they are in the hot seat for a myriad of unintended acceleration (UA) cases.

The defect seems to occur most often when cars are parked or slowing down to park. Drivers recall a sudden jump in acceleration and the brake component failing to respond. Various reports of unintended acceleration have occurred in Model S and Model X cars.

Our main concern is to prevent future cases and injuries by recognizing the design flaw in Tesla’s electronic system.

Tesla hasn’t been helpful with returning the diagnostics logs of the accidents, only returning information they choose to disclose and not all of it.

If you own a Tesla, recognizing the possible dangers that many other consumers of the product have experienced is critical. The design flaw needs to be fixed for the safety of all consumers. If you have experienced a similar condition with your Tesla model, please share your thoughts!

If you have experienced a similar condition with your Tesla, share your thoughts with us.





Potential Flaws:

  • 2013 Model S, 2016 Model X, 2015 Model X, and more experiencing unexpected acceleration (UA)

  • UA while applying brakes

  • UA while reversing

  • UA while model is stopped

  • Car lock malfunction

Recent Incidents:

The driver of a Model S pulled into the garage of their home and placed the car in park. As the driver was exiting the vehicle, it suddenly accelerated through the garage wall and continued to accelerate “like it has a mind of its own”- even while the driver pushed the brake – until it finally shook to a stop.
A recent example of the UA defect occurred in a 2019 Model X when a pregnant mother was removing groceries from the car. The mother’s two-year-old was in the driver’s seat at the moment the car jumped forward and pinned the mother against the garage wall, resulting in broken bones and sending her into premature labor. The Model X car doors were open at the time of acceleration, which shouldn’t happen since the car is designed not to move if any doors are open, even in the drive gear.
A child was locked in the car right after the mother closed her driver’s side door. The reason suspected was “when the key fob is in a purse with a cellphone- radio waves can be mixed.” The car trapped the child inside, sending the mother into a panic for her son’s life.