About Teslapedia.org

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.

Our founders

Our founders met through Tesla ownership when they attended one of the first UK meet ups in July 2014. They worked on a previous Tesla initiative together, which has resulted in the largest private charging network in the UK. Please visit teslowjuice.com or AutoExpress article about Teslowjuice.com for further information.




Tom is an entrepreneur with a focus on data and web technologies. As a father of four, he makes frequent use of his Model S’s 7 seat capability and has completed several family trips from the UK into Europe.




Adam is a technology entrepreneur. A longstanding petrolhead (now ‘ionhead’!), he lives in Oxfordshire and loves all things engine-based. He bought a Tesla because “it’s an awesome car, irrespective of propulsion”.

Our team of contributors

Our approach is to recruit regional contributors on the basis that they are enthusiastic owners and Tesla experts (coincidentally they are frequently subject matter experts in other technical fields too). We have already appointed our initial UK contributors and are currently seeking contributors from the following regions:

  • USA
  • Europe
  • Norway
  • Asia

Would you like to contribute?

If you regard yourself as a Tesla expert and would like to contribute to the site then please do get in touch.

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