Whitaker adequately alleged standing to bring a claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act by alleging that the counters in Tesla’s showrooms were inaccessible to him (as a wheelchair-bound person) and deterred him from returning to Tesla’s showrooms.  However, Whitaker’s complaint was properly dismissed for failure to meet Iqbal/Twombly pleading standards as it mostly repeated the statutory elements of an ADA claim without any supporting facts, and in particular failing to say what about the counters rendered them inaccessible–too high, too low, or something else?