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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by p1l0t3, Mar 31, 2016.
How good are the reservation statistics so far ?
Anybody have words on that ?
Anyone deciphered any potential useful formatting of the reservation numbers? This number was from an order placed about 10:30 ET: RN107000XXXX
First digits are store #? I'd guess at some point they'll true-up the res # across time zones so that folks in later zones aren't penalized.
I don't think we'll draw any real conclusions until we start comparing in masses and with more data (e.g. Are you an owner, tesla employee, space X employee, or new customer? What country and time zone did you deserve in? What was the date and time of your reservation? Etc)
I was at the Charlotte-Matthews, NC store and my first 3 are also 107.
sounds like we need another awesome TMC spreadsheet
For other Teslas, Reservation Numbers have not been decodable. For the Model X, they used to give two numbers (the Reservation Number and the Sequence Number), but they have since stopped publicly displaying a sequence number. I don't think your reservation number tells you anything about number reserved, etc.
Many people recommend keeping your RN private.
Yeah first 3 numbers are store number but the rest is totally random. I compared my number with 3 other people directly before and after my reservation and they were totally random.
03/31st/2016 11:56 MESZ reservation confirmed RN 107412XXX Nuremberg store, Germany
Guessing this is the case, as mine (Raleigh, NC) is RN107XXXXXX and I don't think they have sold ~300K of them quite yet. I'm assuming the store/region number is coded into the reservation number in some way.
I have an Atlanta, GA reservation and starts 107 too....
Don't count on the numbers, in Belgium/Netherlands across several stores numbers with 107 and 108 were given.
Imho this is simply a way to allow the servers to handle a lot of reservations, so server 1 always returns 107* numbers and server 2 gives 108* numbers. That way the load for reservations is easily spread across the two machines without conflicting numbers. I expect the variation to grow ever larger when online reservations become available. 109,110,111,112,113, ...
So clearly the first 3 digits are not the store number.