I don't mean to rehash the the whole NJ thing but it really gets me that the NJ dealer association makes outlandish remarks and the reports just seem to go "..oh, ok we'll print that"
Why didn't any reporter call Christie out and ask him how is if there was no agreement with Tesla, then why were they issued a license to sell in the first place?
When the President of the NJ dealer group said that Tesla business model is not good for customers and highway safety, why didn't the press ask him what the hell high safety has to do with Tesla business model?
Then follow up with in the name of safety, how well did his dealership network handle the GM ignition issue?
Why don't they ask the NADA reps., how is it as they claim, that Tesla's business model is unfair to the customer. If a customer doesn't like the prices, the don't buy one. The NADA will tell you and has said that the dealer network is there to "protect the customer if the manufacturer goes bankrupt". Really? Tell me how that worked out for SAAB and Suzzuki owners?
I just get frustrated when no one in the press asks these self serving idiots to explain their remarks.
Ok, I am off my soap box.