Tesla faces a firestorm of controversy after a report that regulators are looking into a possible defect with the suspension in the Model S. However, it was another detail accompanying the report about the suspension that grabbed the public’s attention. The driver whose Tesla had the suspension problem reported that the automaker had him sign a goodwill agreement to keep him from talking about future problems with his car.
Now a law firm is advising Tesla owners not to sign any agreements.
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Tesla owners advised not to sign agreements
Hagens Berman, a law firm known for filing a lot of class-action lawsuits against companies, issued a press release on Monday stating that it is investigating the report that Tesla requires owners of its cars to sign an agreement to remain silent about defects and repairs on their