Not everyone's cup of tea, but this Tesla Model 3 Jaws of Life demo is pretty neat.
We always try hard to track down the most interesting shares out there. There are literally thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of videos on YouTube with a connection to the EV industry. Moreover, that number is growing exponentially.
A "Jaws of Life " video pertaining to the 2018 Tesla Model 3 may not be everyone's first choice for daily viewing. However, we find it to be pretty cool and surely unique. With the huge increase of Model 3 vehicles on the road (and EVs in general), first responders must undergo training. They must also take note of the many implications involved.
For those in the know, it's become increasingly clear that dealing with EVs is much different than ICE cars when it comes to accidents, fires, and first responders' necessary protocol and subsequent actions. This is not to say that it's a bad thing, but just new and somewhat contradictory to the norm.
With all of that being said, we believe it's fascinating on many levels. Obviously, it's important since Hurst took the time to assure that it was showcased at the recent FDIC International 2019 in front of a large crowd of onlookers.
Anyhow, as always, let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
Video Description via Hurst Jaws of Life on YouTube:
HURST Jaws of Life Demo on 2018 Tesla Model 3
Watch HURST Jaws of Life rescue specialists demonstrate eDRAULIC and new battery-powered, watertight EWXT extrication tools on this 2018 Tesla Model 3 at FDIC 2019. Advanced Extrication's Brock Archer provides commentary and introduces Tesla Technical Ambassador for Emergency Response Mike McConnell.