I got the okay on my loan but I emailed them back to adjust the months and crickets.. I called... got VM... I just want to finish that bit out so I know I'm not the hold up on anything.
Prospective owners want to gab for hours with their delivery team. Want to know everything, discuss every eventuality, find out what tires the car has, the correct tire pressure, where the windshield fluid goes, how to get smudges off the touch screen, talk about what software version will come with the car, when they will get upgrades, how strong a Wi-Fi they need in their garage, how soft the paint will be, how to clean their seats, which superchargers are the fastest, how much will it cost to charge, will there be any scratches, how to clean the inside of the front window, how to set their favorite radio channel....it goes on forever, and the delivery team simply does not have enought time to address every item the customer can come up with.
Reality is that your car will teach you most everything you really need to know. Once you get in and drive it you become kind of self aware, and most of the smaller details unfold.
In the beginning, Tesla will gather a ton of information from you. Little needs to be done on a day to day basis until your car has been built and gone over by the quality control people. They will address most the issues already before delivery.
Much of this is simply caused by the anxiety of buying this new technology. People will spend untold hours on the internet, learning as much as they can about the car they have coming.
Then when the day draws near, your delivery team will re engage with you and together you will go through the delivery proceedure.