Tesla gets heat from safety regulators over customer complaints
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is reviewing customer complaints over faulty suspension on the Tesla Model S.
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Citing a months-long thread on the Tesla Motors Club forum, the Daily Kanban reports that the Model S was fitted with defective suspension control arms, which are susceptible to breakage. If they do break, it could cause the driver to lose control of the car.
The agency initiated the review following a report that one Model S owner was asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement before Tesla would pay half of the $3,100 bill to fix the