Loosing glasses is the worst because they’re mostly see-through so they can be difficult to make out from a distance.
And from a distance is how they’ll look because you aren’t wearing your glasses.
Let’s talk about this.
Let’s talk about what runs the 152,000 cars that catch fire. They run on gasoline. For anyone who’s somehow dodged seeing a single action movie, gasoline is flammable. Shocking, I know. In fact, that’s the only reason we use gasoline. As opposed electric motors, gas engines are often referred to as Internal Combustion Engines - 'combustion' being science slang for “burning.”
And a Tesla uses… batteries. Which are not known to catch fire. If a gasoline-powered lighter catches fire, well, that’s why you bought it. It’s very much less of an issue than if your battery-powered laptop catches fire. If you drop your phone, you don’t run away and douse it in water. Batteries are not particularly known to catch fire, so when they do, it’s a problem.
Furthermore, our 152,000 car fires comes from six million car crashes a year. Which means about 2% of car crashes start fires (assuming all car fires come from accidents, and all six million involve gas/diesel cars - pretty close to true). By contrast, I only know of three accidents involving Tesla - those would be the three where the cars have burned.
So, with a car company this new, how many accidents have Teslas been in? 10? 20? That still means 15% of Teslas burn. Which over seven times the 2% normal cars get.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being upset at a company who make cars that are seven times more likely to burn than cars that run by burning one of the most flammable liquids on the planet.