> you can probably rattle their cage in a very aggressive way by submitting a report against their state licenseIf you are stuck waiting around and it seems Tesla keeps on installing new solar roofs without coming to help you out... you can probably rattle their cage in a very aggressive way by submitting a report against their state license. I'm sure Tesla posted the license # they're using for your rooftop solar somewhere in your contract.
A planned 6 weeks delay to address your warranty claim is in violation of California Civil Code Section 1793.2... @Fruitcake is less fortunate since it seems Jersey doesn't give a damn about establishing minimum warranty delivery times.
A company could say the the 30 day window is impossible to meet if some unforeseen circumstance beyond their control prevents it (such as a COVID 19 outbreak, parts shortage, labor shortage, fire in their building, etc). But since Tesla continues to handle new customers all over California at the same time they're telling you to wait, you can assert they have intentionally de-prioritized their warranty obligation to chase new business instead.
Their telling you 6 weeks without a reasonable explanation of an event beyond their control is a violation and worth needling if they keep slow rolling you.
As I've said before, IANAL and my avatar is a guy holding a disconnect. My previous avatar was a squirrel getting electrocuted. That should help make me trustworthy? No? Guess not.
Never tried. Never even thought of trying. Is this a strategy that's worked for you in the past?