Have a ski trip coming up next week, would love to drive my model 3 to Whistler from Seattle since it's a long drive and drive model 3 will have much less fatigue. worried about not having winter tires. Should I do it? I do have snow chains. or I should drive my other ICE AWD SUV? thanks.
wondering what others have done for winter wheel and tire packages.
Tesla’s wheel and tire package includes install and is $2,000 US or $2,400 CAD.
I’ve priced it out separately and it seems that’s a pretty good deal.
Anyone else gone a different route, and found a better deal ?
I'm ski bum who is living in Greater Seattle Area :)
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