Saw an interesting piece this morning about front seats that pass the NHTSA "pull test" which, in all practicality, is useless in determining whether or not a front seat will collapse backward if you are rear ended, potentially killing a child sitting in the back seat. NHTSA requirements for car crash tests inadequate for testing fatalities from car seats - CBS News I know the Model S is a very safe car, and I know one can't protect from all injuries or fatalities in a car accident, but I was struck by the fact that your standard metal-frame, card-table chair would actually pass the pull test, indicating it's not really useful for determining safety in a real life scenario. Even more shocking is that this issue has gone all the way back to the early 90's and nothing has changed since then. I'm curious if anybody has any insights into how safe the Model S against this sort of "seat collapse" scenario? Loving my 85D.