'was indeed deceiving the public'
and the FTC
115 posts • joined 5 Jul 2012
"It first lost the case in East Texas in 2012 and was ordered to pay $386m; it has since dragged the case out so long that the interest it has accumulated while appealing and refusing to pay the fine has hit $93.4m"
This is exactly the same way the USs' best inventor was hounded to death by The Radio Corporation of America.
Under no circumstances should appeals be accepted by the court unless previous awards have been paid.
Intellectual Property Rightful Owners Action Group.
I offered to show them the simplest, best performing EV driveline for consideration for their EV - friction, cost, weight, greatly down, packaging handling and NVH greatly up - conf., VTM.
"Thanks, but we've got our own inventions" ??????
Hope they are under no contract with guv for their £265M handout to use the best available tech. Have considered to publish my driveline the day before he announces his car so journos can ask "Where'd ya get such a 19thC driveline from, James?"
oops. NVH greatly down, too.
"Don't get me wrong- the blinkered Little Englanders who voted "Leave" as a "F*** you" to Westminster- so blinkered and moronic they didn't realise they were enabling the very worst of those same tossers with their protest vote- deserve to be (metaphorically) hit with the results of their stupidity like Joe Pesci was at the end of Casino."
Interesting parallel 'cross the pond -
"Only 4 wheels. Not a lot of traction when hauling 80,000 lbs at 60MPH+ ... or driving from Reno to Sacramento in the rain ... serious safety issue, probable show stopper."
Traction comes from mass, not the number of wheels -
But nevvermine, make them duals.
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