The final cut of TMC Podcast #34 is available now with topics timestamped. We covered Tesla's rollercoaster prices, Toyota pushing junk science, Mike's new Model 3, Optimizing track mode for snow driving, FSD V11 apparently coming by the end of this week, and more. You can watch and check out the chat replay on YouTube.
Totally get that these are unique times and I'm totally fine with being patient for my order. My issue here is that they charged me right away, didn't ship, and haven't responded to any inquiries.
Im hoping they monitor this forum. Just looking to cancel the order at this point.
I was thinking XPEL XR Prime Plus but I can't find anyone who carries it. Llumar Formula One Pinnacle is the best thing I can find here in San Diego and the heat rejection is a little low for what I want.
You could touch it up and ceramic coat the car. Washing becomes much easier when it's coated. You can gently spray on some cleaner using a pump bug sprayer and wipe it of. Your car will still scratch and chip from touching it, rocks, etc...
If you want to prevent scratches and chips from day to...
I was pretty ignorant about PPF, ceramic, etc. I bought a black Model 3 and someone recommended I put ceramic on it so I did. Started finding rock chips in the paint so upgraded to Front PPF and rocker panels.
As soon as I got the car back I noticed a bunch of scratches near the passenger door...
The Service Center fixed mine which appears to be the same as yours. Wheel well bumping against the fender. Was only happening on the passenger side. He said he sees it on either side depending on the car. If that doesn't work then it's a wire harness in the pillar but I think that's less likely.
I had my whole car ceramic coated then decided I need PPF on the front. They're going to remove the coating in the for front for free and discount the PPF. 5 Point Auto Spa in San Diego. $1520 for full front.
Weird thing. I set my limit to 80% (SR) and it usually lands on 176. Just looked and it's at 181. Now I don't care about the mileage but what's weird is that it charged past the limit line. Anyone else experience this?