Seems like they are bound to get one in Knoxville before too much longer. I've started seeing a few Model S's in the area and at least one Model X. They are bringing my model S tomorrow on a flatbed truck from Nashville and the driver called and said they are delivering another one to a house a couple miles from mine. Seems like Tesla would be remiss if they ignored the Knoxville area much longer. People here clearly want these cars.
Might have been a return from a service visit?Got a picture of a Tesla on a flatbed today, TN tag ends with 2E4. Could that be yours? Looks pristine so I assumed it was a new delivery.
I can post the picture when I get home tonight if you are curious
They took mine on a flatbed and delivered me a loaner in this manner, then brought me another loaner in the same way (original loaner had temp tags expiring).
This might also play into your decision about not getting a Tesla until there's a service center nearby. If they just pick your car and deliver a loaner like that - I probably don't care all that much how far away the service center is (though it would be convenient to be able to swing by whenever).
Well, at least for everything you write in the due bill they would (I also asked for it to be part of the due bill).I know they can do that, the question is will they charge me to do so and will they give me an EV as a loaner when they do?
The warranty paperwork I have says 50 miles tow is only for flat tires, for car problems free tow is 500 miles (to nearest service center).As to payment see 12v battery died 250 miles from SC making me pay for 150 mile towing where the service center was making people pay when the tow is more than 50 miles and adjusted that up to 100 miles. There have been other threads complaining about loss of ranger service or other long range service issues. I'm not ready to say that after Model 3 ships out we won't see more issues with remote service/overloaded service centers.
For critical stuff indeed they might not have any loaners on hand. If you can schedule your visit for later then I don't see why not.On loaner cars just read any of a hundred threads on here where someone ending up with a gas car as a loaner.
I totally agree, if there's a service center in Knoxville, that would be great.And adding more service centers will address not only the distance to me, but also the ratio of cars on the road to service centers. I know we are getting more cars, I want to see more service centers.
I have always done my tires at Discount Tire. Tesla or otherwise.Hey Guys, firing this thread back up. Just ordered a Model 3. Beyond major service, where do you plan to get tires installed, etc? I've always just went to the dealer for that stuff, and now I won't have one.
Hey Guys, firing this thread back up. Just ordered a Model 3. Beyond major service, where do you plan to get tires installed, etc? I've always just went to the dealer for that stuff, and now I won't have one.