Yesterday I hit the one year mark with my Model 3 (dual motor w/ EAP). Here are some quick facts to help those considering their first Tesla or electric car... I've driven 12,073 miles predominately in NJ for my daily commute and weekend exercises. The car used 2,988 kWh with an average Wh/mi of 248 (higher in winter, lower in summer). Total cost in electricity was $598 (my elec rate is $0.20 kW), inclusive of 1 supercharger use last winter when we went to visit my parents. I came from a Honda Fit, so that same 34mpg car would have cost $959. I was going to purchase a Lexus IS350 before the Model 3, and gas in that car would have cost $1810 in gas (20mpg using premium). I've had zero real problems with the car - about a month ago I took it to the service center for a clicking axle noise and they re-torqued the axle nuts (in and our in two hours). I rotated the cars tires in my driveway at ~10k miles. Cost spent on maintenance and repairs = $0. Insurance did cost slightly more for me in the Tesla versus the Lexus and definitely more versus the Honda (expected when comparing a $18k car to a $50k car) Driving the car has been great - the autopilot usage and one pedal driving really makes for a better experience behind the wheel. I hope to someday build an older ICE car with my son since I'm a car guy at heart, but for a daily driver, the bar has been set by Tesla.