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Tesla's Model 3 achieves industry's top security rating

Tesla Inc's Model 3 electric vehicle has earned the top security rating from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS), turning into the first Tesla to do so.

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The IIHS has offered the Model 3 its most noteworthy rating, top safety pick+. It stated the Model 3 achieved great evaluations in all cases for crashworthiness.

The vehicle's structure held up well in the driver-side little cover front test, IIHS stated.

A month ago, Tesla said it was propelling a protection service intended to give drivers in California, its greatest market, lower rates as a result of safety highlights on its electric vehicles.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been probably the most grounded advocate of the possibility that vehicle protection rates should fall as driver-assist and self-driving tech become standard.

The organization's autos for the most part rank among the most expensive vehicles to guarantee because of their high fix rates for segments and sensor hardware, as indicated by security scientists and protection suppliers.

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    In other times and places, on other cars, safety features are, sometimes very expensive, options. On Tesla safety is not an option. It standard, as much as is possible. Improving while the car ages. If your view is on kids and the future, any other car is the wrong choice.

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    Sure Tesla are more expensive to repair, but Tesla’s data shows that fewer accidents occur per million miles driven in Tesla, and with proper use of autopilot you are six times less likely to be in an accident compared to the national average, so even if it costs more to fix a Tesla the insurance companies have far fewer claims to begin with, so they should be cheaper to insure, hence Tesla insurance.

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