I just received confirmation a couple of days ago that my Model x has exited production so I'm starting to think about all the things I need to get ahead of delivery in the next month or so. Telsa Wall Charger So, far I know that I want to get the Telsa Wall Charger, probably the cheaper 2.5m one as I shouldn't need the longer cable, for £398 (Home charging installation). I've got someone coming around this week from Eastbourne Electrical (Home - electricians in Eastbourne) who are my nearest approved installer to quote on installation. Anyone used these guys before? CHAdeMo There aren't many Superchargers around where I live and I'm also planning a road trip in Europe this summer so thinking it's sensible to buy the Tesla CHAdeMO Adapter (Tesla — CHAdeMO Adapter). Seems expensive but probably worth the investment whilst Telsa builds out the Supercharger network in the UK. Anyone bought one of these and was it worth the investment? I'm also thinking it's worthwhile getting an EU Schuko Adaptor (Shop Tesla Gear — Schuko Adapter) so I can charge directly from the plug sockets where I'm staying as there aren't many chargers nearby. Again seems expensive - does anyone have any experience with these and is it worth getting? Insurance I obviously need to look into insurance and there’s a good thread on the forums here (Insuring a Tesla in UK). Looks like Admiral, Direct Line or Elephant are the best bets for me but I’m still surprised few insurers have Tesla or the Model X listed as part of their online applications process. I guess it will get there with time but be great if Tesla offered their own option as well but they seem to have some sort of tie-up with Direct Line here (Insurance For Your Tesla) Apparently there’s a special number you can call - 0800 051 0036. I also heard you can get a 5% discount from Direct Line if you have Autopilot installed as well, but am yet to speak to them about this yet. There’s also a good spreadsheet to track lots of people’s quotes here: TESLA Insurance Quotes UK. I’ll probably end up going with Direct Line given all the above. Alloy Gators I’m getting the 22" Onyx Black Turbine Wheels, which is the first time I’ve ever owned any alloy wheels, so I’m paranoid about not damaging them! From reading around, Alloy Gators seem to be the things to get (AlloyGator - Protect Your Wheels From Kerb Damage) which at £60 + fitting seem pretty reasonable priced. I’ll look to get them professionally installed at my local Carnoisseur (Alloy Wheels and Performance Parts | Carnoisseur). Car Seat Protectors I’ve got two young kids that will be in the second row in car seats for a few years and as I’ve gone with the Ultra White Seats and PUP I’m thinking I need some seat protectors! The Prince Lionheart Two-Stage Seatsavers look pretty good from Amazon (Prince Lionheart Two-Stage Seatsaver (Black)) at £21.99 each. They’re rubberised and have a raised lip on the bottom section to catch any mess, so I’m sure they’ll save me a lot of hassle in the long run! Floor Mats Similarly, I want to try and keep the floor of the Model X in good condition. My current car has been ruined this winter with muddy boots etc. so I’m looking to get some decent all weather floor mats for the car. Ideally I’d like to get some Lloyd Mats (Custom Fit Car Truck & SUV Floor Mats All Weather and Custom Mats) as they come highly recommended and I like the look of them but can’t seem to find them available anywhere in the UK (think they’re US only). Has anyone managed to get hold of any over here? The other issues would be getting some that fit a RHD Model X! Another alternative are the ToughPRO mats that you can get at Amazon (ToughPRO Tesla Model X Floor Mats Set - All Weather - Heavy Duty- Black Rubber - 6 Seaters (2016-2017) by ToughPRO). Again, I’ve heard good things but I can’t find a 7-seater version and am unsure whether they’re fitted for RHD models. Has anyone bought these in the UK? The other option is the Tesla own-brand ones. I know they’re available in the US but does anyone know if they’re available in the UK yet? Boot Protector There’s a re-occurring protection theme going on here…but we sometimes have to haul stuff in the boot of our car and so I want to get a good boot liner to protect that as well. The Pettom Water Resistant Car Boot Liner Protector from Amazon looks like a good option at only £28.99 but I haven’t been able to find a specific Tesla Model X version. I’m sure that’s not a massive problem but has anyone bought something like this for their Model X before and have any recommendations? Detailing & Paint Protection Lastly, I’ve seen a lot of videos and posts from people that have taken their Tesla Model X to a detailer to get any paint swirls/imperfections fixed as well to get their car’s paint protected. Sounds like this can cost up to £4,000 from people like Topaz (Topaz Detailing) and I’m not sure I can justify the extra expense! I’ve heard Liquid Elements do a good product (Liquid Elements UK) and this post from Will Fealy gives a good account of how he’s had it applied to his Model S (Tesla Model S Liquid Elements 6 layers of ceramic paint protection completed) Has anyone got any other advice on this and whether this is worth it in the long run? This is the first properly expensive car I’ve owned and I want to make sure I look after it! It would also be great to hear from anyone else who’s going through the same process as I am at the moment and anyone who thinks I’ve missed anything that’s worth considering before I take delivery of the Model X?