Tesla will start by expanding insurance to the United Kingdom.

Tesla is attempting to enter new markets across the globe after originally just providing insurance in a few U.S. states. Real-time driving

data was initially intended to be used in Tesla's own insurance product, however this was not the case when it was first made 

available. In the Golden State, the fad first emerged. Tesla has been hard at work enhancing its safety score system in order to gather the most

precise data on its customers' driving practises. If you drive safely, you won't get a poor score for offences like abrupt lane changes,

disobeying forward collision warnings, keeping a close following distance, or disengaging the autopilot without permission.

This often results in premium savings for you. A safety score of 90 or above is what you

should strive for if, for instance, you want to save 20% to 40% on your premium compared

Two fires were recorded out of the large number of vehicles recalled, however no injuries or accidents occurred.