I would have gone to the exact opposite conclusion. In most parts of the US now, there is such a building boom that electricians are difficult to hire. So what if you install your charger two months early? OTOH, depending on your location and driving, going the first two months without a home charger can be a major PITA.Thanks. Given that Tesla changes my EDD every day, I’ll wait until I at least get a VIN.
I emailed Tesla about this exact question last week. I‘ll pst back when they reply.What’s the warranty/return policy from Tesla shop if you wait 3 months and discover it is missing parts or doesn’t work? If you are certain you want a Tesla (and who isn’t) install it now and have a neighbor with a Tesla test it for you.
If one does this one is required to have an A/B switch, so only one device/outlet can be powered at a time, never both.Nothing stopping you from putting a 14-50 plug on the wall charger either. My mobile charger is likely enough but there are times I could see where a faster charge would be useful and keep me from making an SC stop while out.
I would do it now. I ordered my MYLR and the charger the same day. The charger arrived about a week later. It then took 2 weeks to schedule an electrician. I was lucky, originally my EDD was 6-12 weeks but I got the car in just over 4 weeks. So I only had the charger installer 1 week before delivery.Just received my Tesla wall charger. However my “EDD” is 7/26-8/15. Should I wait until I get a VIN before installing ?