My nearest Tesla dealer is 50 miles away. The MG dealer is 2 miles away
Tesla use to do a collect and drop off service when someone will drive a loaner to you and than deliver it back to you, they even were happy to do this at work car park. Sadly that's now stopped.My nearest Tesla dealer is 50 miles away. The MG dealer is 2 miles away
It’s a bit cloudy so I am currently exporting 3.4kWI'll have you know I'm currently exporting 97W
I am going to do mine tonight, will get to test it out tomorrow2019.36.2.1 ea332ad update downloading for me.
If you hold down the advanced button on the software screen, it will force the car to check for an update.
Just did it and mine is happily downloading now.
Agree, but sadly not cheaper than a traditional roof and solar panels at the moment.Musk and his solar roof is the way forward, especially if cheaper than a tiled roof
More than the cost, the total lack of delivery times kills solar roof as any kind of viable option for anyone even considering a building project.Agree, but sadly not cheaper than a traditional roof and solar panels at the moment.
When we build (that first word is a very big word) we aim have a solar roof and powerwall battery system instead of a grid connection*
(* location dependent)
Had to drive my wife’s car yesterday after 6 weeks of Model 3 driving. I got a real surprise when I took my foot off the accelerator and didn’t slow down And having to drive with 3 pedals, after doing so for 30 years it already seems archaic.1 pedal driving - love it! Like the new update - using the hold option and one pedal driving is so simple. Can't find fault with it at all.
yeah - my golf got returned to lease company yesterday and I had to take it to carwash etc - it felt completely alien to me needing to brake, all the buttons etc. I've loved that golf gti for 3 years but my god it felt so weird/wrongHad to drive my wife’s car yesterday after 6 weeks of Model 3 driving. I got a real surprise when I took my foot off the accelerator and didn’t slow down And having to drive with 3 pedals, after doing so for 30 years it already seems archaic.
Moral of the story - it’s amazing how quickly you get used to 1 pedal driving and regenerative braking as the new normal. It‘s just great.
Funny you should say that, a blue 70D S was the first Tesla I ever 'configured'!Blue would be my choice. Looks fab.
FaceBook group is often full of [email protected]@@, I left it a while ago. Tesla website is very clear.How does the warranty work on the CPO cars? It says 4 years or 50k miles, but someone on Facebook is telling me that it's 50k miles in total, rather than from the date of purchase.
So if I bought a car with 40 miles on the clock I'd only actually have 10k miles left.