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Tesla describes the current method of detecting vehicle damage: one is to wait until a failure occurs and then replace or repair the failed components. But this method is particularly dangerous, because equipment failure may pose a security threat, or even greater threat than before dealing with equipment failure. The other is to check or replace equipment regularly (such as monthly checks or checks after a certain number of miles have been traveled). However, this method is only based on "experience" or estimation. Although frequent inspection and maintenance may prevent equipment failure due to pressure damage, this method is inefficient, and regular inspection is time-consuming and expensive.

Tesla's latest patent application indicates that its research method can detect vehicles before they break down or even drive them to service centers automatically. Tesla's patent seeks to find a way to detect the "stress cycle" of certain automotive components in order to detect potential faults before they occur.

Tesla also envisions a future in which vehicles can drive themselves to service centers when problems are identified. For example, the processor can send stress cycle data and damage data to the service center so that the service center can contact the driver to make an appointment for repair after confirming the damaged parts. In addition, if the vehicle is an automatic driving vehicle, it can be instructed to drive automatically to the maintenance service center for maintenance.

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