Tesla Cybertruck gets stuck in California beach after driver ignores “No Vehicles on Beach or Dunes” sign
03/11/2024 // Laura Harris // Views

A Tesla Cybertruck got stranded on the sandy shores of Marina State Beach in Monterey Bay, California on March 4 after its careless driver ignored the "No Vehicles on Beach or Dunes" warning sign.

According to a spokesperson for the California Department of Parks and Recreation, the driver illegally ventured the Cybertruck onto the beach, located approximately 10 miles north of Monterey, over a curb and sidewalk before succumbing to the sand trap. (Related: Bulletproof but not corrosion-proof: Tesla Cybertrucks start to RUST after "two days in the rain.")

"The owner of the Tesla Cybertruck, who is from Nevada, drove the vehicle onto Marina State Beach over a curb and sidewalk and past a sign stating 'No Vehicles on Beach or Dunes.' The Cybertruck soon got stuck on the beach," the spokesperson wrote in an email.

Moreover, footage from a bystander shows the frustrated driver, reportedly livid, talking with firefighters and a state park officer as his $80,000 Cybertruck was stuck just yards away from the ocean waves.

"Today is March fourth and some d------ decided to take his Tesla onto the sand," the woman said while laughing in the background with other bystanders.

The 6,843-pound vehicle was eventually helped out of its precarious situation thanks to the Marina Fire Department. The local fire department deflated the Cybertruck's tires to gradually roll them back to solid ground.

The owner was fined $280 for violating beach regulations.

Tesla Cybertruck has a lot of technical issues

Aside from the incident, the long-delayed Cybertruck launch has also faced other problems like software glitches, rust and brake failures.

In one instance, a Tesla Cybertruck at the Corral Hollow OHV (off-highway vehicle) Trail in Bear Valley, California was stranded due to software glitches that affected traction control and the truck's ability to deflate its tires properly. Additionally, the people recovering the truck noticed that it didn't have proper tow points, so they had to attach ropes to its suspension for the recovery.

Meanwhile, other Tesla Cybertruck owners in California have reported seeing "orangish tints and spots" indicative of rush appearing on their trucks following exposure to rain. The issue has become a point of contention, especially given Tesla's apparent false advertising of the car's "ultra-hard stainless-steel exoskeleton" on its website, which claims to reduce dents, damage and long-term corrosion.

"Just picked up my Cybertruck today. The advisor specifically mentioned the Cybertrucks develop orange rust marks in the rain and that required the vehicle to be buffed out," Max, a Cybertruck owner, posted on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum in February.

Another video that went viral in December showed how a Tesla Cybertruck experienced brake failure. The Cybertruck, loaded with a Christmas tree, struggled on the snowy off-road hill in California's Stanislaus National Forest.

All this while claiming on its website that the Cybertruck has an impressive towing capacity, likened to an average African elephant, with a "durable and rugged enough to go anywhere" and "built for any planet."

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