It sounds to me like nobody paid for the upgrade ever, but the features were turned on by mistake.
On the other hand, it sounds like Tesla told the buyer the features were enabled. So IMO they shouldn't disable them or they owe him the cash equivalent.
1774 the militia closed the courts and threw out the judges in Worcester county. It doesn't sound like anybody was killed but it was made perfectly clear that unconstitutional rule would not be tollerated.
Sorry man - you take good care of your dog and have done the best that you can for him. Cherish the time you have with him still.
My pup is 15 - dreading the day bad news comes for her. I don't think I'll be able to bring myself to share how painful it will be.
I'd investigate all options. In my purchase a few years ago the best my mortgage broker was finding for me was 3.625% but Bank of America came through with 3.375%. Nobody else could match it. They even beat their own price quoted on their website.
If you are going to use any gift money from family, try to have it sitting in your account for 3 months before you apply for the mortgage. Otherwise you'll have to jump through hoops to document the gift properly.
Use a rebating realtor that will pay you back part of their commission.
Interesting article - reads like a Tom Clancy story and might be entertaining if it weren't true. Even has our NES favorite: a real-life...
Weaksauce. Basically declaring victory in a press release when the whole thing had been whittled down to meaningless and useless re-clarification of the re-re-re-clarified legislation-by-faq.
Those paging the Comm2a people - they had nothing to do with this case. NSSF swooped in loud and proud...