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Tesla had a workaround for the Texas thing. Didn't we cover it on TMC before?
The world loves to be deceived.
Just out of curiosity, why are they still opening new stores in the US (e.g. Park Meadows) when that other thread is saying that they only have a handful of cars left to sell in the US? Shouldn't they wait until they are closer to the model S launch?
They can't do all that at the last minute. They have to ramp up - hire and train personnel, get their systems up and running, etc., etc.
Keep selling Model S pre-order deposits even before production starts? (Although the existing wait list means that new 'customers' could be waiting quite a bit.) Also, I recall some mention about Tesla going out and buying used Roadsters then refurbing and reselling them. So maybe the stores will have a trickle of updated Roadsters to (re)sell ?
Apparently they have similar laws in Georgia as they have in Texas about not allowing the manufacturer to open a store.
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