How far you will go? If you are prepared to submit a judicial review in the end, this may be a good start
- You need to make sure Tesla has applied for the calendar (assume that will be rejected)
- Then you gonna ask TD about Apple Carplay (assuming TD "tolerates" Apple Carplay but not Tesla's calendar)
- Then you go to the Ombudsman (assuming they find no fault)
- Then you head for judicial review
You can skip Ombudsman if you have enough money or legal background
And I believe you now see why the HK govt is always so confident in doing something similar to this calendar vs Apple Carplay thing. Either you are too poor to be affected or you are not rich enough to go for JR (if you are poor enough, legal aid will have you covered for JR)
Assuming that the JR costs less than a MS(??), this route could be a possibility.
On a second thought, a cheaper alternative could be to place a full page advertisement in local newspapers (say on SCMP and Apply Daily) with nothing but a crossed out Calendar vs. a ticked Apple Carplay screen shots - this should generate enough snowballed media attention and whoknows that even Bloomberg or Reuters could pick up the news.
PS. Can someone please enlighten me why 3) or Ombudsman step was involved (when the Calendar was reportedly deemed non compliant by TD)? Could one or Tesla at the time go directly to 4) of TD's ruling one way or the other?