An Icelandic Tesla owner has been charged in an accident southwest of Reykjavík for driving 183 km/h (114 mph), over double the highest speed limit in the country, and injured another driver by clipping the back of his car. This is not his first run-in with the law in his Tesla - he previously was pulled over for doing 148 km/h last fall. He may lose his Tesla, with its custom license plate of "NO CO2", to the state. The irony? The owner, Magnús Ólaf Garðarsson, is one of the founders of United Silicon, one of the most polluting industries in the country. "NO CO2" may apply to his car, but United Silicon kicks out more CO2 than all but a few other industries in Iceland, and is the worst offender at particulate matter emissions - leading to numerous complaints. They decided to fuel a silicon smelter with wood, but never managed to get the pollution controls to work right - yet have continued operating the plant regardless.