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Discussion in 'Model S' started by MSVroomVroom, Aug 13, 2019.
This is my new favorite term
Hopefully they get this sorted for you.
12,000 annual miles is the standard for most leases and warranties so the above should work for most people.
Unless you'll drive a lot?
As inconvenient as it may be, I would recommend unplugging the adapter cable anytime you take the car in for service or have a mobile technician service the car. It is not difficult to plug and unplug the adapter cable and it does not take much time to do so. Best not to give Tesla even the slightest reason to raise the issue.
I was thinking that too. Taking that tray out is a pain though.
Thank you for this, although the link only brings up the first page of the document. Am i missing a step here?
Please try again. It shows pages labeled as 2 through 13 with others without page numbers.
Got it! Thank you - I was opening it originally with the phone so the mobile version was limited. Retried on the desktop and worked Awesome.
Thank you again
probably less than 4,000....retired except for motorcycle camping with friends on our BMW club and pickle ball....hehehehe
More reasons to drive more to visit all the National Parks in your spare time!
Awesome thread! I know it's an old one but I wanted to thank the people here for raising the issue. I would have never noticed this! I bought my Model 3 on March 1, 2019 (right have the 6k price drop on the mid-range model so thanks for the copy to the February 1, 2019 warranty page. I'm a little bummed, because they already added the milages restriction to the battery and the body rust provision.