This is a thread for collecting the best arguments for ANY state that has anti-Tesla laws to consider changing those laws. For example, in New Mexico, Tesla is banned from having stores OR service centers. Which makes things stressful for New Mexico-based Tesla owners, let me tell you. If our cars ever break down we have to get a Ranger from Phoenix or Denver, and possibly have car towed all the way to one of those cities. Lately I have begun contacting local New Mexico legislators both in state senate and state house of representatives, and I've now heard back from both my local senator and local rep, and both agree the laws need changing and would be willing to look into the issue further. What I'd love help on is collecting the best succinct, concise arguments for changing these old-fashioned, protectionist laws, so companies like Tesla can do business in states where they're currently banned. This is not a New Mexico topic; I figure the arguments are the same no matter what state Tesla's banned in. When I meet with these representatives over the summer, I'd like to be able to educate them as best I can, and give them the concise summary of reasons why the law is unfair and needs modification. Hopefully these arguments can help anyone meeting or corresponding with their own legislators in their own states.