What Teslas Have to Offer

Tesla’s safety features and its benefits.

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By: Persia Tahereh Maleki , Journalist

Tesla is very similar to every other car in the world, but it has one very big difference, they reduce the amount of carbon dioxide being used by having a car that is powered by electricity. When the Tesla is powered by electricity, you are saving about $1,000 a year because you are not using gas anymore. You only need about $11 to fully charge a Tesla or in other words $4.02 per 100 miles. You also spend less time at the mechanic because Teslas is designed to have fewer moving parts which means fewer things to repair.

On the road, Teslas are 50% less likely to crash, but in a very unlikely situation that you happen to get into a car accident, there are extreme safety features to protect you. Some safety features that Teslas have automatic emergency braking which can detect objects, pedestrians and vehicles are in front of you. Teslas have forward collision warning that warns of near collisions with any pedestrian, vehicles, and objects along with blind spot collision, in case you don’t see any objects, pedestrians, or even other cars. Tesla’s vehicle safety report that Teslas are known to be the “safest cars in the world.”

 

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