Try calling Tesla and ask! Curious if they can explain
Same here. I think Tesla pushed out all orders in California to meet Hertz order, or they are waiting for Austin to come up online. It's frustrating but we hope that the May will get pulled back in once we are in the New YearAs I posted in other threads, my EDD slipped by 5 months this week to a generic "May." Is this a bad joke?
- Estimated delivery: May
Order details in my signature.
what was your EDD right before it glitched to May?Alright, here's what they said, since the Costa Mesa DC closed down, they are transferring me to Irvine. So, that pushed me to the back of the line. However, my SA called it a "glitch" and it will be fixed by Friday. Time will tell and I will update us here when things change.
Ordered 7/29 and looks like I’m getting it the week of 11/7. MY LR White w Tow.
On the other hand I probably would postpone instead of taking delivery 11/7.NH. Delivery in NJ. Manufactured in Cali.
Miracles can happen when you believe!!!My SA says they now have me on a priority list to get a car that matches my build whenever one becomes available in inventory. I just don’t know if that means it will be in two weeks, or 5 months.
So talking to two SA and also someone from the Department of Revenue, I was told the taxation would be based on the center/dealership address. I live in a un-incorporated zone and have a lower tax rate than Belleuve, but no dice. Talking to two SA's and also getting a ticket opened to recalculate the tax did not help . Not sure if they just delevered your car from the seattle center and so taxes from that zipcode. Something I saw in a different post also: Sales tax rates at different WA Tesla centersAt least in the Seattle area, if your delivery center is set to either Bellevue or Seattle-SoDo, they no longer allow pickup and you will have it delivered to your home. You will then be taxed at the rate of your home address.
Both Renton and Lynnwood allow pickup and your car will be taxed at the local rate.
I noticed this because I had my last Tesla delivered to Bellevue since the vehicle sales tax rate was lower than my address in Seattle. When I noticed my MY order sales tax was higher than expected, I asked my SA and he told me it would be taxed based on my home address since I would be receiving delivery.
That is exactly what happened to my order on Friday. A slip of 2 days, window shrunk by 4. Then, on Monday, I received a text setting up a delivery date. It's quite possible that an order fell through and I was next up. My trade-in offer changed 3x. Once every month. My last offer on my 2012 Hyundai Sonata turbo went up by $1,000.OD 7/17 MYLR 19" Red/Black, my EDD had been 10/24-11/13 since late September but today it jumped back to 11/08-11/22 Nashville TN pickup. Bummed its farther out, but it's a narrower window. Comforting several others have had dates shift today too. The suspense is killing me. I wonder how many more times I'll have to update my trade-in offer and financing?
They might've reassigned my delivery center to Seattle-SoDo from Bellevue somehow but I've read about others living in unincorporated zones that had home delivery and paid the local tax since that technically is the "delivery address". Other's have also been invoiced for RTA and had to request Tesla remove it since they actually lived outside the RTA zone as well so it's a bit of a messy situation that requires your advocacy more than Tesla's competence.So talking to two SA and also someone from the Department of Revenue, I was told the taxation would be based on the center/dealership address. I live in a un-incorporated zone and have a lower tax rate than Belleuve, but no dice. Talking to two SA's and also getting a ticket opened to recalculate the tax did not help . Not sure if they just delevered your car from the seattle center and so taxes from that zipcode. Something I saw in a different post also: Sales tax rates at different WA Tesla centers
Home delivery and carrier direct are two different things; home delivery is usually only offered within about 50 miles of the delivery center. You work with the store that is near you and a Tesla employee literally drives the car to your house or place of work, hands it over to you, and drives back in your trade in or gets an uber. Tax would be based on the store location.
Carrier direct is handled by a separate part in Tesla; the store will hand you off to another office that will arrange transport and you need to be 220 miles or more from the closest delivery center. This used to be a free option (when I took delivery of my Model 3 in August of 2019 it was free) but now is a paid option. All payment happens before the car is loaded on a 3rd party carrier (so not Tesla operated), the vehicle is then transported to you and handed off. Tax is based on your home address. Tesla will then register the car for you like normal but will mail the plates to you home address.