Tesla Autopilot breaks the law
Tesla: 12 million euros fine in Germany!
Tesla apparently does not adhere to German laws when taking back e-car batteries.
It remains unclear to what extent Tesla actually violated this requirement. The report does not provide details of the procedure. According to its own information, Tesla is taking back the batteries in its cars. The Federal Environment Agency's complaint concerns problems with "administrative obligations". Tesla has already filed an objection to the decision and does not assume that it will have a negative impact on business in Germany. Neither the company nor the Federal Environment Agency have made detailed statements on the allegation. Since the aforementioned law not only regulates the return of old batteries, but also the disposal of damaged or caught fire batteries, the problem could also lie here. Because e-car batteries are difficult to extinguish and have to cool down for weeks, storage and disposal is correspondingly complicated. In this context, there have already been cases in which Tesla customers have waited a long time for help from the manufacturer.
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