I wanted to share our experience taking delivery of a CPO Model S in Nova Scotia so that others know what to expect and hopefully don't experience the same delays we did. Unless you visit a showroom to view inventory you will likely buy your CPO Model S sight unseen. Don't expect Tesla to send you photos of the car until is it is completely re-certified and detailed. This is a huge leap of faith but in our case was well worth the wait. You need to have patience. You will deal with a CPO Sales Specialist and then a Delivery Specialist. Our sales specialist was amazing and spent an enormous amount of time with us in person, on the phone and answering text and email. When the transaction moves to the Delivery Specialist these guys are a bit busier but we still got all of our questions answered in a timely fashion. Email, text or call these guys as much as you need to have your questions answered. For whatever reason it was recommended we have our Tesla delivered instead of picking it up in Montreal and driving it home. There are apparently taxes you would pay in Quebec if you took delivery there that you would never get back or would be very difficult to recover. I honestly don't know if this is accurate but having it delivered did save us the hassle of flying, hotels and driving home and it was a pretty exciting day seeing it arrive. It is painfully difficult to predict delivery dates when having a car shipped. Ours arrived about 2 weeks later than expected (with about 5 promised delivery dates in between) due to a variety of reasons. You need to have patience. Tesla can track the car the entire way so if you need location updates I believe they can give them to you. DMV documents. It took us 3 trips to the DMV to get our car registered. We were missing 2 important documents so make sure you receive these from Tesla beforehand. Proof of a transfer of ownership transaction between the previous owner and Tesla or a registration certificate in Tesla's name signed over to you. All we received was the signed registration certificate from the previous owner who has traded in the car and our purchase agreement from Tesla. This was not enough for the DMV to prove Tesla owned the car they sold to us. A bill of sale showing the car was paid in full. Our purchase agreement still showed our down payment as outstanding even after we wired the money to Tesla. This did not prove to the DMV that we had fully paid for the car. I don't blame any of this on the DMV they were just doing their job and since they are generally unfamiliar with these cars and Tesla dealers they were just being extra careful with a car that was essentially purchased over the internet. Don't expect to have access to your car via the Tesla phone app until after you have confirmed delivery. Tesla cannot add the car to your account until they verify its location at your address this but then it only takes a few hours. Create accounts and download the apps for NB Power's eCharge network, Plugshare and ChargePoint. A ChargePoint account will make your first trip to the new IKEA a little more seamless ;-) Watch as many videos as you can about operating the car before it arrives so you can get out and enjoy is ASAP.