Reviews pulled ripcord why this country Tesla Semi Truck admission denied

06:40  21 april  2021
06:40  21 april  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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The electric trucks from Tesla - also called Tesla Tesla or Semi Semi Truck - does not receive authorization to operate on public roads in Australia. The reason for the cancellation will be explained below.

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• Australia prohibits operation of the Tesla Semi Trucks on public roads

• Reason for the non-admission are the dimensions of the semi-tractor

• Tesla rejects modification of the truck; Australia is intended to adapt traffic guidelines

Australia denies Tesla Semi Truck The approval

Already in the fourth quarter of 2017, the US electric vehicle and power storage and photovoltaic manufacturers Tesla introduced an electrically powered semi-tractor: Tesla Semi Truck, also called Tesla Semi . It is a three-axle truck, the four rear wheels are each driven by an electric motor.

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But the Tesla Semi will not be allowed to go to the street in all countries. Why Australia now banned the operation of Tesla semi on public roads, is located on the dimensions of the vehicle, explain the experts of the online car magazine "The Driven". With a width of more than 2.53 to 2.55 meters, the e-truck is too expensive for Australia's roads that allow a maximum width of only 2.5 meters. In the US, on the other hand, the dimensions of the Tesla Semi Truck are no problem - there is the maximum width for vehicles up to 2.6 meters. Also in the EU, the Tesla truck - in a permitted maximum width of 2.55 meters - would be just allowed.

Thus, Tesla responds to Australia's decision

as "The Driven" continues to report, Tesla does not seem a reason to adapt the dimensions of the Semi Truck's Australian Regulations - rather, the e-auto-company expects to revise the existing approval regulations. In a Tesla opinion that "The Driven" is present, explains: "The Commission will be aware that, given the small size of Australia in comparison to world markets such inconsistencies between Australian rules and larger markets, the arrival of vehicles on Delay or exclude the local markets. Currently, Australia is likely to miss the first generation of electric heavy vehicles such as Tesla Semi. " Elon Musks Group not only criticizes the different approval guidelines worldwide, but also references a potential economic disadvantage of Australia, should not be used the possibility of using Tesla Semi Trucks.

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This requires the Australian Trucking Association

The requirement of the E-vehicle manufacturer does not meet Deave ears: Even the Australian Trucking Association, short ATA, supports a change in the current admission regulations. The reason for this is stated that maintaining the current regulations, is not in the interest of the environment so that "the arrival of zero-emission trucks would be stopped," says the news portal for e-mobility "EFAHRER.com". In an opinion presented "The Driven", ATA calls for an amendment to the regulations, "to allow emission-free or newer, less emission-intensive trucks for Australian roads," and therefore speaks for Teslas Postulate, a change in the approved truck make width of 2.5 meters to 2.6 meters.

By Germany, Teslas Semi Trucks could role from 2022, reported "Efahrer.com". Also in this country, however, Tesla tried to enforce a law change: The focus was on the abolition of the Sun and Holiday truck ban on trucks - a change the according to Frank Huster, Managing Director of the Federal Association of Spedition and Logistics, short DSLV, as "politically hopeless" is classified, he compared to "Der Spiegel" said.

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