Spotted Again… Driver was a Massive Jerk

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Second time seeing the CT.

The driver was an absolute a-hole, really a poor representative of the Tesla brand. Was walking by and casually asked about the truck, said something like “how do you like driving it.” The guy just sneered and slammed the door.

He then proceeded to speed away, accelerating through an area heavily trafficked by pedestrians at 60 mph plus, blowing through a stop sign.

An older gentleman in the vicinity said, “Wow, what an asshole.”

Really bad look.

The last interaction I had with a validation engineer was totally different. He was friendly, gracious, and helpful. Took time to say what he could.

Zero excuses for someone to act this way. Especially this close to release, every employee driving the CT should be a model representative of the brand, but instead is alienating dozens of potential customers
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Second time seeing the CT.

The driver was an absolute a-hole, really a poor representative of the Tesla brand. Was walking by and casually asked about the truck, said something like “how do you like driving it.” The guy just sneered and slammed the door.

He then proceeded to speed away, accelerating through an area heavily trafficked by pedestrians at 60 mph plus, blowing through a stop sign.

An older gentleman in the vicinity said, “Wow, what an asshole.”

Really bad look
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Tell the truth, was it Elon?😅
 

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These poor engineers are being hounded by the public at every single stop they make. No excuse for that behavior however.
I agree wholeheartedly. This person knew what they signed up for when they drive this vehicle into the public domain. They are also representing Tesla while they are driving it. It's not that difficult, to be respectful of others. I hope they get a lesson in civility.
 


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Second time seeing the CT.

The driver was an absolute a-hole, really a poor representative of the Tesla brand. Was walking by and casually asked about the truck, said something like “how do you like driving it.” The guy just sneered and slammed the door.

He then proceeded to speed away, accelerating through an area heavily trafficked by pedestrians at 60 mph plus, blowing through a stop sign.

An older gentleman in the vicinity said, “Wow, what an asshole.”

Really bad look.

The last interaction I had with a validation engineer was totally different. He was friendly, gracious, and helpful. Took time to say what he could.

Zero excuses for someone to act this way. Especially this close to release, every employee driving the CT should be a model representative of the brand, but instead is alienating dozens of potential customers
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He was probably stealing it and pissed you had seen his face.
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