Telsa Cyberquad for kids ATV reportedly recalled for violating safety protocols. A notice from the US consumer product safety commission says that owners of the ATV should at once refrain from making use of it.
Telsa Cyberquad for Kids ATV Reportedly Recalled
The Telsa Cyberquad for kids which is an all-terrain vehicle that is modeled after Telsa’s own Cybertruck has now been recalled for not meeting up with safety standards, the US consumer product safety commission on Tuesday made the announcement. The CPSC also said that anyone who currently owns one should immediately stop making use of it.
Both mechanical suspension and maximum tire pressure were one of the reasons for the said recall. The CPSC also writes that the Cyberquad does not have a CPSC-approved action plan.
What the Consumer Product Safety Commission Has To Say About This News
“The Cyberquad fails to comply with the federal mandatory safety standard requirements for youth ATVs,” the CPSC stated. “These ATV safety standards are in place to reduce crash and injury hazards, preventing serious injury or death.”
Cyberquad for Kids Was Manufactured By a Chinese Company
And despite the name of Telsa, the Cyberquad for kids was manufactured by a Chinese company and then imported by Radio Flyer, the notice on the websites of CPSC says. According to a Radio Flyer FAQ on the recall, Telsa consulted only with Radio Flyer on the appearance on the Cyberquad but Cyberquad for kids however was sold on Telsa’s website exclusively. It now appears to have been removed and Radio Flyer has stated in its FAQ that it does not know it will be sold again in the future.
“Radio Flyer has worked closely with the CPSC to issue the voluntary recall of the Cyberquad for Kids,” Radio Flyer stated online.
Radio Flyer Is Offering a Full Refund to Consumers
Radio Flyer at the moment is offering consumers a full refund of $1,900 for the product in question. But consumers however can only get a full refund only on the basis of returning the Cyberquad for kids and its motor control.