That's right. Tesla salesmen are careful to tell potential customers "We have a self-driving mode but you should never use it because you might die and then we'll say it was your fault."
Absolutely spot on. Those deaths should be completely ignored. You can't make an omelet without...right?
Won't most people be dead from global warming before the squeeze? Didn't you predict a fifty degree rise in temperatures over the next few weeks?
Or...You could get it on Amazon for $249.00 - every day.
And that includes free freight
And that includes a safety net and a basketball hoop
And you don't have to wait in line to pay for it
And you don't have to wait for someone to find a worker to look for it in the back room
And you don't have to wait while it gets loaded on a dolly and dragged to your car
And you don't have to figure out what to do when it won't fit in your car
And you don't have to be taken in once again by a phony "discount"
The main/only reason for Sheetz to bother with this is if Tesla pays them enough.
Would you bring a very long extension cord in case you could only get to within a few hundred feet of an outlet?
There it is. 1300 electrics and 3.1 million others. No one in Connecticut wants an EV except a few limousine liberals in Fairfield County.
It almost doesn't matter. TINY has proved incapable of making money on their investments. And the "tiny" amount they do make is all paid out to a privileged few insiders. That's why the stock has dropped from $21 to $2 over fifteen years.