Jack Pads are worth having and keeping in the car for an emergency. They are quite inexpensive. If you have a puncture on a road trip, the nearest tyre joint might inadvertently jack the car from the wrong spot and damage the battery. Good to have these on hand to avoid that risk.
Also consider a compact air compressor. I use a "Windgallop" about $40 on amazon. Plugs into the cig lighter.
Which one did you buy? I like the look of the top fit style.
Good to know, did you do the install?
I see some difficulty with the Piggy back plug with the reviews. Haven’t come across anyone doing a RHD install as yet unfortunately.
Oh yeah... I forgot about the extra bright LEDs for the boot… I got those too. Oh, and the Jeda USB hub for the console, a 500 GB SSD, and USB charging cables for my phone. And “Model 3 Long Range” badge for the rear because “Dual Motor” just by itself looked… weird.Added aftermarket brighter LED lights from RPMTesla. Trunk is woefully underlit for me, and added those and also replaced the driver door puddle lights for brighter.
You dont need mud flaps in the city. You only need mud flaps if you plan on driving through mud.Just a question and advice about mudflaps, I bought the Tesla ones from their shop but I'm now gathering they are only front mud flaps? I watched a clip last night and this guy said it. Did anyone just fit front ones? If not, do you reckon get a refund and buy from non tesla? Bit of a dilemma as have always had mud flaps but live in busy city and purely city driving.
I've had the car two weeks now and wanted to wait and see what I felt I needed, but did buy the matte screen protector, organiser tray and cup inserts before getting it. After driving it (and loving it), I feel that the most significant thing I need is to have the screen be able to be tilted towards me. Contacted Tesla service to check having it done won't void warranty and they gave me an authorised Tesla repairer to go to for the install which won't void the warranty.You dont need mud flaps in the city. You only need mud flaps if you plan on driving through mud.
Teslarati is a great site, in addition to RPM Tesla. If you’re buying custom carbon fiber mods (not the vinyl wraps, but real carbon fiber), be prepared for 21-28 days for shipping, as most of the CF components are coming directly from China.Hi all, I'm hoping to get my Tesla 3 2021 car soon and I'm looking at the Tesla shop and going to purchase a few things like a Screen protector, Glass roof sunshade front and rear, Centre Console Trays, Mud Flaps, Aero wheel cap kit, carpet front trunk mat, rear trunk mat, Model 3 Key Fob.
I found some sites like Tessories and Tesloz and wondering if you guys have purchased off them and if so, were the products just as good and top quality etc.
An example is the roof sunshades are $250 off the Shop and around $100 or so with these other companies. I'm happy to buy off the Shop but just seeing if I can save a few sneaky dollars still. I don't want to compromise too much on quality.
Is the charging on the left hand side of the car with the 2021 3 series?
Most things I'm buying are pretty standard but has anyone bought the screen protector and the sunshades and are they worth while?