Tesla tried to sell cars over the internet here in texas but was stopped, their is a law in texas that you have to must have a dealership with parts and service departments .do u think this is fair?


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DDX Project answered

For a place that advertises itself as free of "rules and regulations" that would "undermine businesses" I'd say that's hypocrisy.

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Arthur Wright , Florida Paralegal, answered

Sure its fair and right as wait til  you need a part and youll understand this fully instead of having a new car down for weeks or possibly months waiting for replacement parts or an authorized Mechanic to install my friend

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otis campbell
otis campbell commented
Im for dealerships i worked at several chrysler dodge dealerships as a mechanic in my life. Yes parts would be a big problem for tesla
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Chips Ters answered

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