Tesla has a lot of unique technology. They also have some creative ways of doing business. Unfortunately, government regulations have really gotten in the way of Tesla being all that it can be. With the car industry struggling in America, there is no reason not to deregulate the industry in hopes that it helps.
No, I don't feel the United States should deregulate Tesla's business enterprises. While it's fantastic that Tesla is creating jobs, regulations are very important. They keep the environment clean. They keep neighboring communities safe. Regulations are there for protection. Remove them, and you've got more pollution and an unhealthier population.
Tesla is accelerating the shift toward sustainable transport and energy consumption by producing the world’s best electric cars and energy storage systems. Tesla electric vehicles not only deliver exhilarating performance, but are also among the safest vehicles in the world. The Supercharger network is growing extensively in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
No, the US. should not deregulate Tesla's business enterprises. Even though Tesla has objectively created some amazing products, deregulating one company creates a whole new string of issues. In addition to the government obviously playing favorites, Tesla would likely not be the only company getting deregulated. Once one company is deregulated, the rest have a very valid case to present to the Supreme Court as to why they too should be deregulated.