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Introduction The Tesla Model S 'Standard' and 'Ultra High Fidelity Sound' systems are middle of the road offerings (if you will excuse the pun!): they are no better or worse than other OEM (Original Equipment Manufacture) car audio equipment. This article provides an...
Introduction If you are confused about tyre pressures on your car then you are not alone as there are several variants depending on your model designation, suspension type, tyre manufacturer and tyre set-up (square or staggered). A definitive matrix of Tesla Model S...
Introduction and context For most potential Model S buyers, understanding the relative costs of ownership compared to those of alternative vehicles is a significant factor in the decision to purchase. Even those who want to buy a Tesla primarily for its fantastic...
This article describes options for UK owners wishing to sell their Tesla Model S in the UK. Introduction and context To provide some context for the article I think that it is worth mentioning that I am a long time car enthusiast and have owned a variety of high...
Tesla drivers very rarely run out of charge, but it may give peace of mind to know what to expect if the worst happens. What actually happens? Long before you actually run out, the car will start warning you. The navigation system will give a warning when you get too...
This guide covers things you need to know if you are thinking about placing an order for a Model S. Does a Model S fit your lifestyle? If your typical daily driving (commuting, or whatever you typically use the car for) is 200 miles or less - with longer trips from...