Side view cameras have been approved for use in the European Union and many Asian countries. I know that Aptera, Tesla, and other manufacturers are lobbying for approval in the United States, Canada, and other countries with, shall we say, less "nimble" national regulatory structures. I have been following the news about side-view cameras, and there is virtually nothing about Federal Government consideration of a rule change since late 2019. The technology is ready to offer greater safety and improved aerodynamic efficiency, and over the long term, approval of side view cameras is inevitable, but big bureaucracies can move VERY slowly. In the interest of helping Aptera to make the best, most advanced vehicle possible, I have some questions' and I am looking for answers from Aptera leadership: What is the current status of lobbying efforts? Aptera has 11,000 plus reservation holders, many of whom will register their vehicles in the United States or Canada. Are there ways you can leverage that base of support to light fires under the appropriate posteriors in government? Can you provide us with contact information for key personnel who might consider the opinions of their country's share of 11,000 citizens and voters an encouragement to action? Can you provide us with data about efficiency differentials between mirrors and cameras and with talking points about reliability, safety, and other factors that would be useful in communications with appropriate decision makers in the government?