The NHTSA previously approved testing for this autonomous, electric school bus. But, apparently, it wasn't supposed to be with kids on board.
Since the NHTSA has released a statement that goes against Tesla's Model 3 injury probability claim, let's take a closer look.
The Tesla Model 3 may have ranked as the safest, but it's still better to be in a heavier vehicle such as the Model X. Here's why.
Later today we'll discuss Tesla's claims that the Model 3 is the safest car ever tested. In the meantime, this video shows the testing process in exacting detail.
We've just discovered that the Tesla Model 3 is actually the safest car ever tested by the NHTSA, but you might be surprised by the 2nd and 3rd safest cars.
It's now official. The Tesla Model 3 is among the safest cars rated by the NHTSA. It aced all the crash tests and is tops in its class.
In order to address the potentially hurtful negative NHTSA reports filed against the automaker, Elon Musk has shared a report on the topic
Sadly, some people have gone to great lengths to trick Tesla's Autopilot system from nagging them to put their hands back on the wheel. A product called...
Oil industry lobbyists cheer, but state regulatory agencies, federal government officials, consumers, and automakers do not like what they see.
To keep California on board, the Auto Alliance suggests continuing annual efficiency increases, issuing stronger incentives for electric and autonomous vehicle...
Read about the safest plug-in cars on the road today according to the IIHS and NHTSA, as well as each vehicle's standard and available active safety equipment.
Read about the safest plug-in cars on the road today according to IIHS and the NHTSA, as well as each vehicle's standard and available active safety equipment.
Though standard crash avoidance tech isn't mandated and won't be for many years, Tesla is already ahead of most other automakers.
The Vehicle Emission Control Information (VEHI) label on your 2018 Zero Motorcycle may have the incorrect year printed on it and is subject to recall.
Despite Tesla dealing with regular update issues with its Autopilot 2.0 software, it's still way ahead of the pack for safety feature availability.
Tesla finally adds high-speed automatic emergency braking to the Model S, compelling Consumer Reports to move the luxury sedan back to the top of its list.
The NHTSA, per Trump, has put some automotive regulations on hold, and some apply to electric cars. Automakers will fully support the loosening of mandates.
House Republicans are currently drafting another packet of deregulation bills that would limit state and local governments from limiting self-driving cars.
The investigation of the tragic Tesla Autopilot fatality from last year concludes that had the driver been attentive, the results may have been different.