Have done further research on the WA Labor and industries site. All electrical permits in Everett and other cities, that don't have their own permit/licensing departments, have electrical permit numbers that look like these:
Therefore I have no idea what the above number is...
It is called Thompson Pass and is closed in winter. There is an interesting free museum with cafe in Murray, 1st town westbound after crossing the pass. There is a campground there also but don't know if it has 50amp service. Beware of deer on the Montana side of the pass.
Yup, drafting works. All EV's should be equiped with an air speed indicator. I have an air speed indicator on my truck that pulls my RV. I was quite surprized at how far behind a semi you can get a significant reduction in air speed vs ground speed. Side winds will negate the benefits.
NOTTP....As of 13:00 hrs today 236th ST NE is closed just east of I-5. You will need to take an alternate route to get to the Superchargers at Angel of the Winds. Possible cause, road closed do to recent wind storm.
Well this $99 price point is way to rich for me. I currently pay $30 for DSL service that is adequate for me. I don't do movies although I do watch Space X launches and you tube videos and my DSL works fine for that. I was hoping it would be cheap enough so I could replace my DSL and take the...
Mobile use probably not. Relocatable should work. In other words it should work at my house and at my recreational property. After all the instructions say point at sky and connect to equipment. If that is not the case I am not likely to get the service.
@ Guvnah The poor people have to have some place go. Those with money go to Iron Horse Golf Club in Whitfish, MT. a golf membership there is $90k and annual dues are $18k. :eek: Google it. One of the duties for one member of the staff is to shoo the Grizzly bears off of the course.
I made a trip, last Sunday, from my place to Aberdeen (least favorite SC location I have been to), Forks, Sequim and Kingston and caught the ferry to Edmonds then back home. The grocery store next to the pizza place might have a deli.
This seems like the correct thread for this question. My 2013 MS is 3G and AT&T will end 3G service in 2022 so I would like to know what Tesla is planning to do when 3G is gone. Anyone have an answer or even a rumor?
On topic info. The L&I site now shows Forks as inactive apparently for lack of payment of $46.80 for an inspection fee. Hopefully this will be the only installation that Tesla does with this contractor.