I wonder that as well. I'm sure that they're trying to be
ideologically pure but sometimes you have to be willing to play the
game. They could easily find people to run dealerships who will be
cooperative. To some extent the dealerships could be just a formality.
And, anyway, it doesn't hurt to have physical presences for repair
purposes. While I don't support forcing them to have dealerships it is
currently the way things are going. You either play or you take your
ball home. I'd think it would be in their best interests at this point
to go ahead and sell through some dealerships.
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Lee Hart via EV <email@example.com> wrote:
> paul dove via EV wrote:
>>> Michigan denies Tesla request for dealership license...
> What I don't get is why Tesla doesn't just set up dealers like the other car
> companies have done. If they're concerned about price gouging or other
> sneaky dealer sales tactics, they could dictate terms and prices, just like
> GM/Saturn did.
> Obsolete (Ob-so-LETE). Adjective. 1. Something that is simple,
> reliable, straightforward, readily available, easy to use, and
> affordable. 2. Not what the salesman wants you to buy.
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