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“The biggest priority here is to make sure our students and staff are safe, and we’re protecting their security at all times,” Eanes ISD Superintendent Jeff Arnett said
The new Tesla Model Y accompanies the department’s first K-9
“This vehicle will be more cost-effective, saving our citizens money while at the same time helping reduce emissions,” Mayor Mark Landman said
City officials talk the pros and cons of Tesla, the Mustang Mach-E and hybrids
“It’s just real enjoyable to have people like that in your community, I can’t stress that enough,” said Chief Gregg Minichello
The officers are seeking damages for injuries and permanent disabilities
The Eden Prairie Police Department has been buying hybrid vehicles for years, but the Tesla Model Y is its first fully electric car
The Fremont Police Department believes there could be substantial savings by putting a fully electric vehicle into service as a patrol vehicle
The driver of the Tesla said he assumed the car would move over on its own
The California Highway Patrol said a preliminary investigation determined that the Autopilot feature was engaged during the crash, but later clarified that a final determination of what caused that crash hasn’t yet been made
On Monday a 25-year-old man was arrested after video showed him riding in the back seat of a moving Tesla without anyone behind the wheel
Investigators are confident that no one was in the driver’s seat before a crash that killed two, police said
The trooper was investigating another crash when the collision occurred
In a report released last week, Fremont Police called the electric vehicles a ‘success’ and a ‘feasible option’ for the city
The driver was using Tesla’s autopilot feature when the car slammed into a deputy’s patrol vehicle
The city is looking into the possibility of having an all-electric fleet of police cruisers
Car company Tesla and the Palo Alto Police Department poked fun at parking tickets in a video posted on April Fools’ Day