A previous version of Tesla’s documents also highlighted stricter regulations regarding resale. First of all, the company prohibited any sales during the first 12 months of ownership, but if it seems that it is really necessary not to exist, the buyer must seek Tesla’s permission in writing. Tesla felt that it was the only authority that would consider reselling, and it remains the sole buyer of Cybertruck units.
But for the latter, the company said it will remove costs such as maintenance fees and a flat fee of $0.25 per kilometer on the odometer. Interestingly, the revised Cybertruck Motor Vehicle Pre-Order Agreement does not address those rules. However, it still maintains a “No Resellers” policy, and violations of this clause may result in penalties.
“We may automatically cancel any order that we believe has been made with the intent to resell the Vehicle or that was fraudulent,” the statement said. traffic to a bad player. It is worth noting here that Tesla is not the only car manufacturer that acts in this way, as Ferrari, Ford, and Aston Martin have strict rules about driving new cars for profit.