Tesla switches to “contactless” car sales

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Tesla announced that it would temporarily suspend operations at its Fremont plant from the end of March. Representatives emphasized that they have always complied with and will continue to comply with safety regulations and legal standards in relation to their facilities and operations.

In addition, Tesla announced the introduction of “contactless supplies”. This means that customers, as before, will receive their new vehicles, but without direct contact with another person, reducing the potential risk of the disease.

To order, you must use the Tesla application to unlock your new car in the parking lot for delivery. Approaching the car, the user can unlock the purchased car using a unique wireless key. The salon will contain all the necessary documents, the new owner will only have to sign the papers and leave them at the place of issue.

The new terms of sales will enter into force in the United States from March 23 of this year and are likely to remain in force until the end of quarantine.

Author: Flyn Braun
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