At least 90,000 Tesla vehicles will be inspected in a voluntary recall to address a possible seatbelt malfunction that may cause further injuries to occupants, an article of USA Today reported on November 20.
According to reports, Tesla Motors will inspect all of their Model S sedans to determine if any have a suspected seat belt defect that may fail to protect passengers in the event of a collision. Though there were no injuries or collisions reported, the issue was detected after one owner of the affected vehicle in Europe notified Tesla of the problem. While Tesla has yet to find any issue in the 3,000 vehicles they examined so far, they will conduct free inspections and offer repairs to all vehicles covered in the recall.
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