As you may be taught from watching the video above, this Tesla Mannequin S was totaled in a head-on crash with a red-light runner. The built-in dashcam (TeslaCam) footage proves the Tesla driver’s innocence.
In the case of automobile crashes, it isn’t at all times simple for the authorities to determine who was at fault, and this may trigger issues in terms of coping with your insurance coverage. Usually, each drivers have a narrative, and it would not come as a shock if the tales have been totally different.
For that reason, the police on the scene not solely need to depend on particulars from the tales, but in addition clues from the scene. Maybe extra importantly, they’ll ask different witnesses what occurred, so long as there are literally witnesses to query. Nevertheless, if somebody has dashcam footage, it may well assist immensely.
That mentioned, all of Tesla’s autos come normal with a built-in dashcam coined “TeslaCam.” Within the TeslaCam clip proven within the YouTube video above, you may see that the Mannequin S driver needed to full a left activate pink. The sunshine modified whereas he was within the intersection ready to show. He checked to ensure nobody was coming earlier than finishing the flip. Nevertheless, an oncoming automobile ran the pink mild and hit the Tesla. Happily, regardless of the severity of the crash, nobody was damage.
The Mannequin S proprietor’s insurance coverage firm informed him that if it wasn’t for the TeslaCam footage, he would have been thought of at fault since he was turning and the opposite driver was going straight. Based mostly on the footage, the insurance coverage firm discovered the opposite driver at fault, which was actually useful for the reason that Mannequin S was totaled.
There are numerous different fascinating clips within the video above, so remember to test it out. As at all times, as soon as you’ve got had an opportunity to observe the video, scroll down and depart us a remark. Do you personal a Tesla with TeslaCam? If not, do you might have an aftermarket dashcam? Lastly, do you suppose all vehicles ought to provide built-in dashcams?