Not yet, but it's probably coming soon.
It's a thought I've had, too: "If EVs were really an innovation, the state wouldn’t have to bribe and force companies to produce them."
My friend and former colleague Steve Margolis predicted this years ago: he said that sooner or later electric cars were going to have to kick in to help pay for the roads. In Texas the time has come.
If it happens to you, do remember that the IRS wants to be paid.
"Governments keep trying to force us to drive electric vehicles, and it keeps not happening."
I doubt that Tesla is the main reason: many people are like me in finding buying a new car via an onsite visit to a dealer unpleasant to very unpleasant.
Some consumers may be crazy, but they're not that crazy.
For the same price, dark blue would be my color of choice, but I guess I am in a shrinking minority.
Yes, indeed: just about the time Americans are compelled by law to buy electric cars the Left will decide they are awful and we need to do Something Else. (Part of the Left's long-standing program that you're only cool if you keep up with the second by second changes in their convictions.)
Firefighters need training, but until they get some, watch out.
Also on Tesla: "'Elon Musk has made me embarrassed to drive my Tesla now'".