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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

Charging Basics

This guide is intended to contain all the information an ordinary driver needs to know about charging. Links to deeper technical information are also provided. When do we charge? Charging an EV is quite different from fuelling a conventional (Internal combustion...

Charging terminology

There's a number of terms that you need to be familiar with in order to understand your charging options. This article gives more detailed, technical descriptions than those in 'Charging Basics'. kWh ("kilowatt-hours") A kWh is a unit of energy. It's what your home...

Understanding Model S Software Versions

The Tesla Model S is practically unique amongst production cars in that after you buy your car it continues to gain new features as it ages; this helps to keep it relatively up to date in comparison with newer models. The software that runs all the car's systems (from...

Common minor issues and known bugs

The Model S is an extremely capable, reliable, and well-built car, but inevitably there are always minor issues that arise shortly after manufacture, as well as shortcomings or bugs that Tesla is known to be working to remedy. This article lists commonly experienced...

Model S Winter Wheels

Even in temperate climates (such as the UK), many owners choose to fit their cars with winter wheels/tyres during the winter months. In Nordic or Alpine regions this is essential. Why should I use winter tyres? Even in mild British winters, winter tyres provide...

Model S Wheels & Tyres

There are lots of ways in which the Model S is very different to mainstream (ICE) cars. However, its wheels & tyres are largely of standard design, and tyres in particular can be maintained, repaired and replaced by any reputable tyre fitting company. What is...