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Elon Musk paid at least $593 million in income tax in 2016, according to a filing by Tesla Inc. He was hit with that huge tax bill after he...
and burning all the electric transport that existed at that time.
and not paying taxes...
In his case, the word is monopoly.
Mine reports the low pressure in yellow; happened this morning. That was the sixth puncture in that tyre @ $40 each - mutter.
Tesla owners pay (very high) taxes on their initial purchase like 30% LCT over $70,000.
I would rather see something like this.
What would you call low/no interest loans to coal miners and infrastructure for their exclusive use?
Much the same here; ICE users pay fuel tax, EV users don't.
Leave well enough alone.
Look at "supply charge" on your electricity bill.
The fuel tax, of course, has nothing to do with road maintenance.
Why on earth would you want that?
Depends how much solar, wind etc is used and that magic x factor that comes out of left field.
Compare it to the WiFi pricing when it first came out - no one was going to give that away...
That's what they do. Also needed is either the machine or the mussels to remove the tyre from the rim.
I am part Scott and am much enamored with "free". Up here we also have the UQ chargers at Brisbane, Gatton and Warwick that are free. I even balk...
Only two spots whenever I've been there.
Besides, superchargers are free :D
Rented from Turo 2017 X90D; 11 days, 2500 km for €3,213.64.
I've rented from Turo in the states a couple of times and never had any problems.
Pretend you live in a middle class suburb.
My S, an older 85 has a similar range to the SR+ and I have driven to Sydney many times, Melbourne, Townsville, Chinchilla many times and...
Just plug it in at home every night (availability of power permitting).
Mine normally peaks out at about 50 also but, on rare occasions, I've seen mid 70s.
This is one of the main reasons I am considering a new car.
Not being a regular Sydney driver, I'm too chicken to use it in Sydney traffic but those who know...
See further up this thread.
Tesla Model 3 Frunk Hooks/Bolt Covers
I drove to Sydney before my car had AP; was OK but not great. Since I have driven to Sydney many times, Melbourne, Townsville, Chinchilla many...
One of the tyres on my car has been repaired four times - no problems.
50 kw is good; particularly in an old S as they don't charge much faster.
I had very little trouble with phone lock on two different 3s in the USA in 2018.
I have Huawei with v9 Android; have to give the Tesla app full...
Even AP1 has its own problems; out west Queensland they use signs like 'END 80' which is read as 80 and, as it's a non-divided road, AP1 slows...
and here Tesla Model 3 Frunk Hooks by HappyPEJ is the thingiverse link to print your own.
Have a look at Vehicle registrations - Open Data Portal | Queensland Government for Queensland.
Yes - but think of the number of years of Tesla you have missed out on.
At the Chargepoint (plugged in of course).
Not if you come in the valet entry.
Obviously not a fixed RADAR; those things are set to trigger at limit + 1%limit +1 (ie 67 in a 60 zone).
That's an Australian standard.
No - broken. This case was Bowen which is the most isolated. Have also seen others broken in a situation where I could keep going to the next one.
That's right but I have needed it as the stations are very far apart up north.
You will need the Type 2 to Type 2 cable if you ever deign to visit the sunshine state.
The description at that link is rubbish - I can't decode what they are selling.
The type 2 to type 2 from Tesla is $305 (AUD).
In Queensland north of the Sunshine coast, the type 2 to type 2 is most used for when the QESH DC units are down.
and if you want to go west, you...
and totally different tyres.
Depends entirely on the tyres.
You may find some discussion in the thread Model 3 Charging in Australia
I have seen recent discussion on your problem in this forum but can't...
Three phase or single phase?
When you take the CAPEX out of the income statement, Tesla has been profitable for years.
*Strange American method of keeping accounts*
and if you want to roll your own; the following is useful.
Unless the seller didn't like the buyer because of race, religion yada yada.
Just the CCS2. Any chargers I've seen in Qld that have CHAdeMO also have CCS2 and the CCS2 is required for the fast units.
In Queensland, the RADAR must be 300 metres past the sign except for school zones and something else I've forgotten.