American thieves really need to rethink their strategy when it comes to stealing Tesla vehicles because they are being caught at an alarming rate. (…) It compares to a recovery rate of just 58.4% for all vehicles in 2016 – meaning that Tesla vehicles are much easier to recover on average in the US.
This video is an oldie but goodie. As Europeans driving in the US we thought that blind spots in the US were bigger because lanes are wider. It turns out that there is a pretty big difference between the side mirrors in the American and European Tesla Model S too.
This is a long post and provides very interesting data. As shared by thebluehawk on Reddit, the milage / math may vary, but for his car (which has a dash cam and never sleeps due to his data collection, so has higher power usage) the normal vampire drain is about 0.3 miles per hour or 6-8 miles per day. When parked in the sun on a day with outside temps around 94F my car lost 3 miles per hour after it had sat in the sun for 2 hours.
The Electric Forest had its share of obituaries over the years but the new American car company Tesla is determined to prove that the concept is a workable one. the Tesla Roadster looks good and can hold its own in the performance arena.
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