A similar attempt by Tesla to get permission to sell cars directly to consumers in 2013 failed
Tesla Motors could be able to sell its electric cars directly to consumers in Texas, provided the bill introduced by the Texas Legislature on Thursday is passed. However, it is expected that Tesla will face challenges from the Texas Automobile Dealers Association, which in 2013 fought hard to safeguard franchise dealerships’ interests.
Similar attempt failed in 2013
State Rep. Eddie Rodriguez, D-Austin, and State Sen. Kelly Hancock, R-North Richland Hills, have introduced the bills to allow Tesla to bypass dealers and sell its cars directly to consumers. In 2013, a similar bill was filed Rodriguez, but it was not approved by the committee.
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