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A Tesla Brick or something more sinister?

Why would Tesla do this?
Actually it's not entirely Tesla's fault... it's Vector Unit and Gentle Bros and PQube...

Instead of actually driving my Y now, I find myself sitting in the car playing Beach Buggy and Cat Quest.
Very addictive.
I am here to warn all of you, stay away or you will likely turn your beautiful car into a brick, sitting in the garage (or parking lot while your significant other is shopping) while you play these games. While I have completed all of the levels in Beach Buggy, I am only up to level 21 in Cat Quest.
Do you realize how many hours you have to play to become level 21?
Plus doing it in the winter (or summer) means you have to turn on Dog mode to stay comfortable!

I realize I got myself into this by buying the Xbox controller and adapter which works well for these games.
Maybe there is a group that can help me...
Of course, I am enjoying myself, so still happy even when the Y is not moving.


Active Member
Jun 21, 2020
Bay Area CA
My Tesla has become a comfortable retreat where I can enjoy myself in privacy. ;)


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