March 14th, 2020 | by Iqtidar Ali
Today we're going to discuss the "things" that a Tesla Model 3 owner should not do to their car. To be clear, these are things that will not improve the ownership experience. These actions also will not extend the life of Model 3 components like the battery, seats, doors, and more
March 8th, 2020 | by Steve Hanley
Tesloop drove a Tesla Model X for 409,000 miles and spent $29,000 for maintenance and repairs. Is that a lot? It depends on your point of view.
September 7th, 2019 | by Kyle Field
Tesla added a new Parts page to its online shop today in a move that hints at more direct sales of parts to customers around the world. The new shop is somewhat stripped down as it stands today, with a few options for floor mats and new key cards for the Tesla Model 3, but it bodes well for the future
June 12th, 2019 | by Paul Fosse
In one sense, it is ridiculous to write about Tesla Model 3 maintenance, because there is so little to do, but in another sense, it makes perfect sense, because it is an area that people are interested in and there is a lot of confusion out there
September 5th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan
Tesloop has been hitting the road to an absurd degree since it launched in 2015. Averaging approximately 17,000 miles per month on each car, it offers perhaps the best case study yet of what happens to a Tesla vehicles after a lot of driving
July 15th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan
It's sweet when you buy a car and it immediately needs service — awesome experience. Seemingly out of pure luck, that's what happened with the first Tesla Model S we bought for our new Tesla Shuttle service. Days after picking the Model S up from Germany (used, and not through Tesla), "Acceleration Reduced" appeared on the small screen behind the steering wheel, and underneath that in a bit smaller text, "Contact Tesla Service When Convenient."
February 28th, 2016 | by Kyle Field
The Tesla Model S is the undeniable leader in mass-produced electric vehicles (EV) when it comes to the magic trifecta of [&hellip