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The Tesla Model S failed for the second time to achieve a Top Safety Pick+ rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety following its “small front overlap” test. Previously, the IIHS tested a 2016 model year Model S and determined the safety belt allowed the crash dummy’s torso to move too far forward and strike […]

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Last week Joshua Michael Flot, 26, of Inglewood, Calif. was declared dead after being ejected in West Hollywood through the windshied of a Model S he stole July 4. The car was taken from Tesla’s service center in west Los Angeles, and Flot led police on a chase that ended with a police car crashing […]

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The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration has given five stars in all categories to the Tesla Model S following its first crash testing under federal guidelines. Five stars – the highest score possible – were granted for each of three categories with a total of four tests. These were the 1) frontal impact test, 2) […]

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