Recently, in a recent press release. It was announced that the U.S. auto security controller said that Tesla Inc is reviewing around 817,000 vehicles in the United States because a real alarm may not actuate when a car begins.
The driver has not clasped the safety belt.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a statement on Thursday the vehicles, 2021-2022 Model S and Model X, 2017-2022 Model 3, and 2020-2022 Model Y are not according to federal motor vehicles standards related to safety on “Occupant Crash Protection” because the bell is not active. They are also performing an over-the-air (OTA) software update to address this issue and told NHTSA that as of 31st January, it did not get any information related to any accidents or injuries connected to this issue.
They said in a record documented with NHTSA, the South Korea Automobile Testing and Research Institute KATRI drew the attention of Tesla towards this issue on 6th January.
Tesla said on the reviewed vehicles that software bugs in the recalled cars might prevent the chime from activating when the car is started under certain circumstances. Recently, Tesla has gone under expanding examination from U.S. controllers and given various reviews lately. Tesla announced on Tuesday that they have been reviewing 53,822 vehicles in the United States while using the Full Self-Driving (Beta) software for their own company.