I just looked it up. 15 USC Chapter 28, Sections 1231-1233 require that a Monroney be affixed to the windscreen or side window of every new vehicle sold, and may only be removed by the consumer. Tesla, unless they have an exemption, may be on the hook for a $1,000 fine per vehicle sold without one.
The law only speaks to the presence, removal, legibility of, and modification of the Monroney label.
15 U.S. Code Chapter 28 - DISCLOSURE OF AUTOMOBILE INFORMATION
Emphasis mine.15 USC ch 28 s. 1232 said:Every manufacturer of new automobiles distributed in commerce shall, prior to the delivery of any new automobile to any dealer, or at or prior to the introduction date of new models delivered to a dealer prior to such introduction date, securely affix to the windshield, or side window of such automobile a label on which such manufacturer shall endorse clearly, distinctly and legibly true and correct entries disclosing the following information concerning such automobile
15 USC ch 28 s 1233 said:(b)Failure to endorse required label Any manufacturer of automobiles distributed in commerce who willfully fails to endorse clearly, distinctly and legibly any label as required by section 1232 of this title, or who makes a false endorsement of any such label, shall be fined not more than $1,000. Such failure or false endorsement with respect to each automobile shall constitute a separate offense.
15 USC ch 28 s. 1231 said:
Interesting. Given that there is a discrepancy between the bill of sale and the Monroney, I would imagine that - given that AP/EAP/FSD are and were software options and not physical equipment, that the BoS would have supremacy.
I think you're required by law to be provided one at time of sale.