Tesla remembers nearly half a million cars due to rear camera safety issues

"The unavailability of a rear view camera may interfere with the driver's rear view and increase the risk of a collision," said the National Highway

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Tesla remembers more than 475,000 Model 3 and Model S electric vehicles to repair camera and trunk problems that increase the risk of a crash, said a U.S. road safety regulator.

The manufacturer of electric vehicles reminds 356,309 2017-2020 Model 3 vehicles to deal with rear-facing camera problems and 119,009 Model S vehicles due to front hood problems, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said.

The number of vehicles recalled is close to half a million vehicles delivered by Tesla last year. Tesla could not be reached for comment.

The number of vehicles recalled is close to half a million vehicles delivered by Tesla last year.

In 3 models, "the rear view camera cable may be damaged by the opening and closing of the trunk lid, preventing the rear view of the rear camera image," the NHTSA said.

In Model S vehicles, front hood latch problems may result in the trunk opening "without warning and preventing the driver's visibility, which increases the risk of a crash," Tesla said.

Tesla is unaware of any crashes, injuries or deaths related to problems with his Model 3 and Model S vehicles, the NHTSA said.

The pharmacy does not have enough staff to comply with the doctor's instructions

Tesla is being investigated by NHTSA for other issues. NHTSA has opened an investigation into 580,000 Tesla vehicles in connection with the automaker's decision to allow games to be played on car screens while on the go.

Tesla then agreed to stop allowing video games to be played on car screens while its vehicles were moving, according to the NHTSA.

In August, NHTSA launched a formal safety investigation into Tesla Autopilot's driver assistance program following a series of accidents involving Tesla models and emergency vehicles.

Under pressure from the NHTSA, Tesla in February agreed to recall 135,000 vehicles with touch screen displays that may fail and raise the risk of a crash.

Tesla remembers more than 475,000 Model 3 and Model S electric vehicles to repair camera and trunk problems that increase the risk of a crash, said a U.S. road safety regulator.

The manufacturer of electric vehicles reminds 356,309 2017-2020 Model 3 vehicles to deal with rear-facing camera problems and 119,009 Model S vehicles due to front hood problems, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said.

The number of vehicles recalled is close to half a million vehicles delivered by Tesla last year. Tesla could not be reached for comment.

The number of vehicles recalled is close to half a million vehicles delivered by Tesla last year.

In 3 models, "the rear view camera cable may be damaged by the opening and closing of the trunk lid, preventing the rear view of the rear camera image," the NHTSA said.

In Model S vehicles, front hood latch problems may result in the trunk opening "without warning and preventing the driver's visibility, which increases the risk of a crash," Tesla said.

Tesla is unaware of any crashes, injuries or deaths related to problems with his Model 3 and Model S vehicles, the NHTSA said.

The pharmacy does not have enough staff to comply with the doctor's instructions

Tesla is being investigated by NHTSA for other issues. NHTSA has opened an investigation into 580,000 Tesla vehicles in connection with the automaker's decision to allow games to be played on car screens while on the go.