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Colorado: Anyone else not receive there license plates after months?

Discussion in 'Mountain/Southwest' started by GOLD.s, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. GOLD.s

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    #1 GOLD.s, Apr 2, 2013
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    Colorado: Anyone else not receive their license plates after months?

    I hate to complain about tesla, but if anyone has some suggestions I would greatly appreciate it. I'm on my second temporary plate, that is now expired I have called my rep 4 times in the last 2 weeks asking for another temp or my plate and he said it would be fed exed to me. This was 10 days ago. I have had my car for 4 months and I have never waited longer then 30 days for my real plate. Now I am risking tickets and I believe they can impound a car for an expired plate. I have no idea what the hold up is neither did my tesla rep. Is anyone else dealing with this? Any recommendations on what to do from here?
     
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    You might want to escalate your issue up the chain until you're talking to someone with some power to execute.
     
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    Have you called the ownership team?
     
  4. Beavis

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    I don't understand. You just take your paperwork to the DMV and they give you a plate. All Tesla gives you is the temp tag and the paperwork. You have 60 days to go to the DMV and get your plates and tags.
     
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    I live in Florida and Colorado, they delivered the car to Co, but they were supposed to register to my Florida address where my primary residence is. I have purchased other new cars and not once have I had to go the DMV every single time the manufacture either sends me my hard plate usually in 30 days. I have 2 other cars in Colorado,one I purchased in Ny new with no trade in and I received my hard Florida plate in about a month so I don't see why Tesla should be different. Thanks to everyone with their suggestions. It seems to me that Tesla drivers are some of the nicest and most helpful people I ever come across. I am very happy to be part of this community.
     
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    Ah, so you aren't registering it in CO. That explains that. If it were me, I would talk to Ben in the Park Meadows store. He is the 'fixer" for Colorado and will know who to contact in HQ to get something done.
     
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    Thanks, just got off the phone with him he apologized and said it will be his priority to get it for me ASAP and doesn't understand the delay himself.
     
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    I hope this is something he can help solve. I had a question on the calculation and presentation of the taxes on my registration paperwork. Ben was all over it and got it clarified with someone in HQ after I hadn't heard back from my DS. Good thing he got it resolved because my temp tag was about to expire.
     

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