The recent article about how the National Automobile Dealers Association is trying to keep Tesla from selling cars directly to the public was very eye-opening.
Maybe the NADA should consult the U.S. Postal Service about how it stopped the Internet from offering email or online bill-paying in order to keep those stamp sales up, or check with large retail chains to see how they stopped Amazon from selling anything beyond books. Talk about a head-in-the-sand attitude!
Ordinary vehicles are sold using a century-old sales model. Tesla is not an ordinary vehicle. Why should its superior vehicles be subjected to that same model?