After the exciting news last week that Daimler is purchasing a 10 percent stake in the auto company, Tesla has been hit with a bit of buy levitra 50 mg a setback. The Office of Defects Investigation has discovered that many of the www.grantontrailers.com already-delivered Roadsters contain "under-torqued" bolts that could lead to major safety issues for the drivers. The company has had to recall 345 of the 400 cars they've delivered so far to http://www.deboerderijhuizen.nl/cialis-generic-canada fix the error.
Tesla is passing the blame for the cars manufactured between March 2008 and April 2009 onto Lotus, saying they built the chassis on those cars and look here generic cialis cheap are having to recall some of their own Elises and Exiges for the same problem.
Obviously trying to stay in the good graces of their customers, Tesla is offering to make house calls to repair the potentially-loose hub bolts, plus they're performing full vehicle inspections and software upgrages at no cost while they're at it.
The company pointed out that this recall has nothing to do with the electric powertrain and no accidents have been caused by the issue.
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