Some guy using or deciding to put his family in it doesn't mean it's safe. People drive unsafe cars all the time, and only some of them die or get hurt. It's Tesla charging network and they have the right, if not obligation, to keep it safe. Imagine if the car in question caught on fire at the supercharger and family got hurt, what would the headline be then?So much more wrong with it that the family decided to use it as their only car and take it on a multistate trip?
I don't think that passes the sniff test. What's wrong with it that they could use it for several months and go on a multistate supercharging trip and not be bitten by the supposed issues left in the car?
Another way to think, would you want the FAA to let anything that can get in the air fly over cities or even your house? Or would you prefer they only let certified aircraft fly and revoke the certification for any aircraft that have been in an accident until re-certified?