Speeding Tesla Goes Airborne In 100-Foot Jump, Crashes Into Parking Lot

While all-electric cars such as Teslas are able to get you up to speed very quickly, they can also make it easier for irresponsible drivers to hurt either themselves or others in traffic if they’re not careful with the throttle.

According to Barrie Today, the driver of this four-door Tesla was charged with dangerous driving, which indicates that they were aware of how fast they were going, yet chose not to slow down, despite the nearby public school.

While operating beyond the legal speed limit, the vehicle jumped the steep Little Avenue railway tracks, caught some serious air, then came down hard, causing the driver to lose control and crash into the Assikinack Public School’s parking lot, hitting a tree. The incident occurred earlier this week on Tuesday evening, in Barrie, Canada.

Both the driver as well as the passenger were treated for minor injuries at a local hospital following the impact, which as far as we’re concerned is as good a post-crash scenario as we can envision, when dealing with such a high rate of speed. Also, the fact that the accident took place outside of school hours (around 8:30 PM) is definitely something to be thankful for.

As for just how fast that Tesla was going, that information hasn’t been released as of yet. Authorities did however confirm that the driver, a 46-year old Barrie local, is scheduled to appear in court on October 1st.


  • Хиллари сосет киску

    I’m sure Sheriff Roscoe Peecotrane was on the scene in a flash!

    • dumblikeyou2

      Haha. I heard the Dukes waahoo in my head instead.

  • Finkployd

    Your uber has arrived

  • john1168

    Well, if the cars that follow are doing about 20 to30 mph, I figure Bo Duke here is hitting those tracks at least at 80 mph.

  • Jay

    If Tesla’s know the speed limit of most roads they travel on why do they “allow” the driver to speed?

  • Dennis James

    Maybe the Autopilot was bored and decided to have a little fun.

  • asphrp

    “i believe i can fly”

    • benT

      Tesla Air Force.

  • D3X

    Auto Pilot takeoff!

  • So the lady is running towards the accident and the thing ahead of her is her phone primed for action.

    • brn

      Always keeping a lookout for her youtube moment of fame.

  • ErnieB

    You guys know nothing!! It’s Tesla’s new AutoFlyer being tested..

  • Thunderbolt

    It’s the wrong car for playing the Dukes of Hazzard.

  • kachuks

    He discovered the Knight Rider turbo boost Easter egg.

  • Six_Tymes

    I didn’t know they can fly?!

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