According to a report from the Detroit News, the Michigan House of Representatives will send HB 6233, the bill that originally would have let Tesla — but not Rivian — sell cars directly to consumers without the need for dealerships, to the State Senate without a special cut-out for Tesla.


A previous version of the bill would have established as law an earlier legal settlement between the state and Tesla.

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Michigan Law Makers Give The Shaft To Automakers Using Direct Sale Model

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