Blog posts related to Decals

Safely removing HOV/Clean Air Vehicle stickers from your Tesla

February 11, 2020

HOV/CAV stickers are famous for not being easy to remove without damaging the paint, we have some suggestions for you to apply them before it's too late. And if it's already too late, we also have some ideas for you to remove them safely.

Videos about Decals

Best way to apply and remove Clean Air Vehicle decals

Clean Air Vehicle (CAV) decals are designed so it's not easy to remove them. When it's time to replace them, it's hard to do so without damaging the paint. Watch the video to learn how to remove your HOV stickers without damaging your Tesla.

Past Tesletter articles

California EV HOV 2020 sticker color is ... orange

Clean air vehicle decals issued during 2020 will be orange and valid until January 2024. The process takes around eight weeks or so from the day that you mail the application. If you have to go through this process, we published a video about what we think is the best way of applying the decals on your Tesla so you can easily remove them once they expire.

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From issue #92

Clear explanation on California's Red Decal policy

As of January 1, 2019 the Clean Air Vehicle Decal program will be extended until January 1, 2022. Vehicles with a Clean Air Vehicle Decal originally issued between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2018 are elegible to participate.

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From issue #3