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As discussed above, if cabinet’s goal is to protect small to mid-sized dealerships from the risk of loss if customers cancel orders and if the dealers are left with cars on their lots or on order and if they cannot sell the cars to others or return those cars to the manufacturers for refunds, then including franchised dealers and effectively excluding Tesla from the transition is no answer. Including franchised dealers is grossly over-inclusive as it catches all dealerships other than Tesla whether they are huge businesses or small. Including all franchised businesses does nothing to determine if: a. any customer of a dealership cancelled an order; b. if an order was cancelled, whether the dealer could sell the car anyway; c. if an order was cancelled and the dealer could not sell the car, whether the dealer could cancel the order with the manufacturer; and d. if an order was cancelled and the dealer could not sell the car or cancel the order, whether the dealer could return the car to the manufacturer or otherwise deal with the manufacturer to protect the dealer in some other way (such as adjusting its incentives, rebates, and the like). That is, the discretionary decision to limit the transition to franchised dealers is not at all related to either protecting small to mid-sized dealers or to protecting dealers who may suffer losses to manufacturers. All it seems to do is to include in the transition all dealerships in Ontario who had eligible cars on their lots or on order except Tesla.
5 This conclusion is buoyed by the evolution of the program terms from the initial public announcement that included all dealers, to the letter to Tesla including only franchised dealers, to the affidavit filed herein that includes only “independently - owned” franchises. The evolution of the program terms propounded by the Minister lays bare the targeting of Tesla.
Sorry but this is something you should be asking yourself. If we do not get the $14k will you still be okay with swallowing it?
If you are willing to buy the car regardless of the rebate than you should take the risk. If not, like myself, you should cancel because by not taking the car, you're not losing the $14k rebate.
How did you get a rep?