Germany Hits Tesla, Raises Bigger Issues

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Germany Hits Tesla,
soniyaphilip   10/19/2016 6:50:47 AM

Good post. this is a good news that  The German Transport Minister has sent a letter to Tesla Motors, requesting the U.S. automaker to stop advertising its electric vehicles'  Autopilot function.


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