winter

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  1. GateFather

    Salty Roads, Dirty Tesla, Solution?

    We had our first snowfall accumulation (ok, second) but first of the true winter last week. Of course the roads get covered in layers of salt and brine. I understand why, but it left my 3 week old Model 3 looking dirty and while I’ve never been neurotic about cleanliness on my vehicles, it’s a...
  2. osovega40

    Winter Tire discussion

    I am sure I am going to get some hate for posting this just as summer is beginning but does anyone have any recommends for winter tires on a Tesla?. I was looking at the Nokian’s as I have heard good things. Thoughts?
  3. Agreco

    Cold Weather Home Charging

    We all know that that Model 3 does not have a dedicated battery heater to condition the pack, and that it uses waste heat generated from charging and the motor. My question is.. How do you know if the battery is preconditioning or preheating? I know theres the little battery icon on the app...
  4. cain04

    Rust Proofing (Toronto and Surrounding Area)

    Hello everyone, I know this has been debated back and forth about whether or not the Model 3 needs rust proofing or not but I had a horrible experience witht he first car I bought 13 years ago and I feel like I should be proactive. I would love to do it myself using the other thread from user...
  5. EVTuning

    Winter Wheel and Tire Packages

    Summer is coming to an end and Winter will be here before you know it! Being that we're located in New England there has already been a large number of inquiries for Winter wheel and tires. This is especially a concern for all the RWD customers. For RWD Model S snow tires were pretty much a...
  6. Randal S

    Ground Clearance / Air Shocks?

    I am probably just planting a seed here. Ground clearance is 5.5". Where I live there are a few days to a couple weeks a year where weather and the County plows would leave me scraping. Thinking about air shocks to get another inch or two on demand. Possible? Complications? Just drive the damn Jeep?