Don't try to catch a falling knife people.
There will always be road debris, period. No matter how much you wish it were not so or say if we did this, or we did that, with as many people use the roads it will ALWAYS be a problem. Tesla cars are made/marketed to drive fast. The undercarriage where the designers put the batttery rides low to the ground and is susceptible to fire if it gets hit going fast. I'm not a "systems" guy or a car designer, but I am an engineer and a person with common sense and all the above equals very predictable problem.
Don't hate me just because I took advantage of an overvalued stock. It was right there for everyone to see and numerous people had been predicting it to happen. And guess what? It is still going down. So if you'd like to make money too, the opportunity is still there for you as well.
That was a clever comeback cantprance! Why don't you come back with some reasonable argument instead of "GET A JOB". What a maroon you are!
I agree with everything you said LRanger...and road debris is ALWAYS going to be a problem (one that car designers SHOULD account for)! That said spre19xx saying road debris is the problem, for a car riding too close to the ground susceptible to road debris causing the car to catch fire is asinine! It's like saying the problem with the Hindenburg was not the hydrogen but the static electricity (or whatever spark caused it to catch fire).
You're an idiot! I wish I could be more clever with a response, but that's as accurate and succinct as I can put it!
Keep telling yourself that and trying to justify your purchase of an overblown stock. Meanwhile, these are REAL problems with this manufacturer, the stock IS overvalued, and this stock IS coming down.