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There is an incredible sense of enthusiasm and community-spirit amongst Tesla owners (and prospective owners) and a huge amount of knowledge-sharing about vehicle functionality, experiences and lessons learned. But there is no single place you can visit to find holistic, accurate and current information, and answers are often buried deep in forum threads and social media services and can be difficult to locate.

We have therefore created a searchable database of curated articles, written by Tesla owners, for the use of Tesla enthusiasts all over the world.

The site is (and always will be) free to use.

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Featured Articles

UK Supercharger Guide

Tesla Owners Group UK - Supercharger Tips & Tricks Tesla Superchargers are fantastic, however finding some can prove a little tricky. Now that the Ecotricity dispute is over and they are now being installed at motorway services they should get easier to spot....

Charging away from home

This article lists the different places where you can charge away from home, and what you need to use them. Your personal style Everyday driving is covered by charging at home, leaving a relatively small amount of charging to be done elsewhere. Different people have...

UK Charging Networks

This guide tells you what you need to know about public charging in the UK. Network background Most of the UK public charging infrastructure has been installed on the back of various grant or incentive schemes, and the history of these schemes heavily influences the...

Mobile Charging Cable Options

Background In the UK, mainland Europe and the USA, Tesla supplies the model S with a "Universal Mobile Connector" (UMC). This plugs into the car at one end, has a lump in the middle with some electronic smarts inside, and can accept a variety of different clip-on...