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- May 8, 2023
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I agree that this restriction (that appears to no longer be there) isn't the best way to deal with it. Maybe it exists only for "Founders Edition" or the "Employee Edition" versions, or only for the first year sales. Who knows. I think possibly restricting sales to single delivery helps, and as @cvalue13 pointed out, everything they need is in the pre-order agreement. I personally don't want to see Tesla become Nike, on so many levels!Again, to me, Tesla should restrict the number of reservations an account/business can convert in the first year and remove the provision. Any accounts with more than 2 reservations will have to wait on the 3rd, 4th, etc. I think that’s more of a deterrent to big flippers that reserved, say, 50 on one account. They can’t even take delivery, they can’t build profit centers off their fleet during the restriction period, and they can’t realize profits when the restriction year is up.
This is not like someone else suggested where a housing development/condo restricts sales of the new builds within their development or building. These are all individual products purchased legitimately spread across the country only linked by their appearance.
So if Tesla were to limit sales to single CT/Single Acct until production ramped or the line gets sufficiently satisfied, what are the pros/cons there? Do small business hold off until they can buy 2 or 3 at once? Do they cancel and go elsewhere? Thoughts?