Tesla announced a recall for vehicles impacted by a faulty seatbelt alert as required by law — 817,000 cars are expected to be updated with an over-the-air fix. The electric vehicle giant also faces scrutiny on phantom breaking, or unsolicited breaking, issues. Brian Moody, executive editor at Autotrader, joined Cheddar to explain further. "I think what this points out is that recalls aren't necessarily anything to be afraid of," Moody noted. "This is kind of the system working as its design. A problem was noted, and now the problem will be addressed."