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Nice leveraged upgrade! Kudos.
Until you mount a bike rack, apparently. Then...not so much.
Have your wife keep pressure on that spot.
You're welcome. :)
...but seriously, unless you're adept at disassembling your door panel, or are...
That is great service! Thanks for the post.
Are you sure that isn't a comment on your abilities?
Just kidding. As suggested earlier, contact an attorney familiar with your state's lemon law.
Do a Google search. Many videos available.
If the spot is one of those common golf ball size hazy spots leftover from delivery, then you can easily rub out that spot in five minutes using...
$300 is a ridiculously small sum to help bring the price down on a $38,990+ car.
No matter how many versions I read for the rationale of omitting...
Because HomeLink is particularly useful on the track. LOL.
It wouldn't be a bad idea to offer FSD with a 30 day money back trial period.
However I think Tesla probably prefers to lock in profits rather...
We receive many compliments about the beautiful red of our Model 3.
Mazda does have a nice red.
No. Save your money.
Thanks, Knightshade. That link is informative.
It seems replacing the stock Michelin MXM4 with Michelin PS4S tires would be wise on a P3D-.
You will find the answer with all your missing single socks.
As a Porsche owner I concur. Trending up for our three month old Model 3.
Frankly I’m surprised at the close grouping of 4-14 with only a 4 point...
+1 on Meguire’s Quick Detailer spray. Works great on bird poop if you get to it within a few hours.
Up to you. You’re planning to use the faster acceleration on public roads, yes? Wouldn’t you also want to stop faster on public roads?
Agree. Sentry is too subtle. I like our older cars that have flashing lights on the mirror or on the door locks that can be seen at a distance....
Lack of upgraded brakes is a big omission. No sense going faster if the car can’t also stop quicker.
You can use the compressor. Buy a tire plug kit to use instead of the sealant.
Tire sealant is useless on foam lined OEM Michelin tires.
^This. Noise cancellation eliminates constant noise. It can eliminate or reduce tire noise, wind noise, engine drone (if a car has it), but it...
Would be informative to hear the Burlingame service manager's side of this tale.
As always, the devil is in the details, and those who shop solely on price and fail to carefully examine the coverage and policy terms...
Other than location integration and needing to change batteries every two or three years (our reality...others' may differ), the other dislikes on...
I have no problem with people opting in to share data of they choose to do so. I do have a problem with governmental requirements to collect data.
+ 25 cents of Velcro. Done.
I, too, was astounded that HomeLink was not included...but I knew it before we purchased the Model 3.
A significant number of drivers never read their car's owner manuals.
I'm surprised, but I'm not amazed.
Have you done this:
Dashcam requires a dedicated flash drive with FAT32 format (NTFS and exFAT are not currently supported)....
...don't forget the Ford Pinto...The Original Ford Exploder.
^ Gotta love that Niagara River and Falls. Nicola Tesla sure did.
Check Michelin. For replacement tires only...not the OEM tires.
Good to know. What were the circumstances that led to the loaner wheel?
If he/she knows where to look, yup. Although pulling the USB/SSD without first ejecting the drive from the Tesla computer may corrupt the files.
I think you are confusing tire sealant with tire plug. Sealant will not work due to the foam absorbing the viscous material and preventing it from...
I would turn the car upside down and shake until the loose bit falls out.
Could be a troll for clues about how to start and steal a Tesla.
Wouldn't the de facto first step be to contact Tesla through the app...or call...
Same here. Too stressful. We never use it. Regret spending $6k to upgrade.
To each his/her own, but I chose to buy a well reviewed Samsung MUF-64AB USB drive for $15. If it fails, which I doubt (but it's possible), I can...
Parked mode...but was the car locked?
LOL. I’m positive it’s real. I’m not convinced it’s a widely used technique.
Definitely worth mentioning though.
Who is this Maybeil?
I can hear the bongos now...
LOL. Parking lots are chock-a-block with thieves carrying 9v batteries armed with the knowledge of how to use them to open Tesla frunks. Please...
That’s a poor touch-up job.
Why has your car been in the shop for 80% of the past two months?
That’s the only reasonably secure location in the Model 3.
But really, there’s no reason to leave valuable items in a car parked in a public area.