Key Takeaways

  • Tesla recalls can be caused by a wide range of issues, including faulty batteries, software bugs, and malfunctioning headlights. If the issue affects the driver's safety or overall experience, a recall is likely.
  • Tesla models have been subject to multiple recalls, including recalls for self-driving software updates, seatbelt issues, window mechanisms, and front-camera alignment.
  • The impact of a Tesla recall on customers varies depending on the specific issue. Software-related issues can be fixed with over-the-air updates, while hardware-related issues may require a visit to a Tesla dealership or garage for a hands-on fix. It's important for owners to check if their vehicle is eligible for a recall and schedule a repair or inspection if necessary.