Why Are So Many Tesla Dealerships Being Set on Fire?

Tesla has setup a very tightly controlled and hidden system of car distribution and repairs, which usually tends to hide incompetence. The usual counter argument they will make is that things can be done opaquely better than anyone else could openly, without providing a means to verify such claims.

That bold positioning results in Tesla dealers being thrown into a particular spotlight when they have large destructive fires, illuminating how they aren’t better after all.

Florida had a big one just last year, as did Massachusetts. A giant $300K damage one in California was interesting, particularly because Tesla said they couldn’t figure out the causes. Korea reported one too. And now we have another dealer on fire, confirming Tesla really doesn’t know what it’s doing.

Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue officials said crews responded to the Tesla dealership property in the 2700 block of North Federal Highway just after 6:30 a.m.

When they arrived, one Tesla was engulfed in flames and the fire was spreading to an adjacent Tesla, officials said.

“I heard a big boom and saw flames coming out of the Tesla dealership,” witness Kassandra Mitchell said.

At this point you might think twice before taking your Tesla to a dealer, let alone buying from one. A private and independent engineer/mechanic is likely to be far more competent than the Tesla ones.

That may not be a viable option, however, since storing and working with the faulty Tesla designs carries huge fire dangers.

Gruber Motors was a repair shop that specialized in fixing Tesla failures, which completely burned down twice already.

As with a previous fire we had in May of 2017, this fire again consumed the entire building and all its contents, which illustrate the potent nature of Lithium Ion vehicles once they ignite.

Gruber had 30 Tesla waiting on repairs and calls itself “independent Tesla service organization”, so when they say LIon vehicles they meant Tesla and only Tesla.

This is not an EV Problem. This is not a battery problem. This is a Tesla problem.

How many Tesla are in your lot?

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