- Four Tesla drivers who sued the company over its allegedly deceptive self driving claims will have to go to arbitration instead of pursuing a class action a judge ruled.
- The complaint sought class action status on behalf of consumers who purchased or leased a new Tesla vehicle with Tesla s ADAS Advanced Driver Assistance Systems technology but never received the self driving car that Tesla promised them.
- The plaintiffs agreed to terms including an arbitration clause when they purchased cars they argued that Tesla s arbitration agreement is unconscionable and thus un enforceable.
- Judge Haywood Gilliam Jr of US District Court for the Northern District of California did not agree.
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