If the company running the auction misrepresented the car's condition, he can certainly take it up with them or their lawyers. But he has no reason to blame Tesla for his situation, at all. According to the article, they're not trying to force him into any service contract, or pay a huge fee (they even said they would waive the inspection fee). But they have got to be able to cover themselves if he does something like electrocutes himself or hits someone if a repair they weren't responsible for is insufficient.
Waxed my cablemodem so I could surf faster!
Thanks, now I'm having dirty thoughts about your DOCSIS.
The solar flare thing that was supposed to affect us this afternoon (in the USA).
Which raises the question, did anyone notice?
Well, I certainly didn't. Actually had a better throughput on my connection than I did the previous day.
Oddly, the site is offering to let me moderate you now. But that would be immoderate.
Money is better than poverty, if only for financial reasons.