I wonder if the lack of completion of insurance is going to hold me up in getting assigned a VIN, etc. Everything in my profile is set up, cash payment, no trade, etc. - but my order page is always is at "insurance" - in "things not yet completed." Now I had a car but sold it a while back when I thought I was really going to get my car when Tesla said it would. My policy is "in limbo" - as I had my insurance agent put the policy on hold until I had a new car to assign it to. Tesla, on the other hand does not seem to understand that in California, all it takes is a call once a VIN is assigned for me to get a policy issued or changed. I guess Tesla wants all your ducks in a row to give "priority VIN assignment" - and insurance is part of that. I can upload a photo of my old insurance card and tell Tesla that this will be transferred when I have a new car to transfer it to. Or I can upload that card and say nothing? As long as Tesla doesn't care that another car is listed on the policy. Only the insurance company knows that the policy is "on hold". If I tell Tesla my policy is "on hold", they will assume that the policy is cancelled. I can call my agent Monday, but I would bet that she will say to wait until a VIN is assigned. That is the way "dealers" do it - i.e. - on the phone when you are buying the car. Tesla seems to want more than that. Any ideas of what I can do? I have the "on hold" policy that will show an old car that I no longer own, I have my wife's auto policy - that won't even be transferred at all to a Tesla. My agent will not likely issue me a new policy with Tesla on it and no VIN number. I just want to make Tesla think I am ready to drive off with a car. I am ready - but they don't understand that. I don't dare call my SA as it will likely make Tesla think I have a problem - when I don't. I couldn't be the only one with this issue. What Tesla wants can't always be done. TIA.