For those who may not be following the CPO Live thread, it had been made to U.S. buyers that there is a $500 (same region, different city), $1,000 (adjoining regions), or $1,500 (distant region) transport fee. Not unheard of, but sad we are being told this days AFTER putting out deposit in. In my case, the vehicle is in Washigton, DC and I live in Charlotte, NC. I would incur a $500 delivery fee. Not the end of the world, but one of the reasons I am buying a Tesla is for road trips. Taking a quick look online, I can make my way up to Washington DC for $100. I should be able to then complete the purchase, and make a Supercharger road trip home with my car. Nice $400 savings and some quality time with my new car. That said, what do you all think. The delivery fee is not unreasonable, though I'm annoyed about being told about it after the fact. My biggest concern is if I make my way up there, and something is wrong with the car. Maybe a missing item, a scratch they missing in reconditioning, something. Would I be able to get that documented and have it fixed at the Service Center in Charlotte? If I do make the trip, I will post follow ups in this thread as I make my way. I'm partly excited to get a road trip in so quickly, just more concerned about hiccups in the car's "delivery" to me in DC than anything else.