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  • Tim
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    Originally posted by Nysoz View Post

    I just did online quotes for everyone. some companies give online quote discounts, new customer discounts etc. it's so random how some companies differ from others.
    Online
    Telephone
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    You can get three different prices for the same policy. Separate distribution channels and incentives. Counter intuitive sometimes. Family auto policy was $1500 cheaper through an agent.
    Next year it wasn’t.

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  • burritos
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    So I got the 14-50 adapter for the OEM Tesla charger. When plugged into m y 240 v, I only get 15 mi/hr charge with the amber flashing light. With my leaf charger+J1772 adapter, the Y gets 28 mi/hr with the green flashing light. Does that seem right?

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  • Nysoz
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post

    Do you shop around by calling companies or do you use a broker?
    I just did online quotes for everyone. some companies give online quote discounts, new customer discounts etc. it's so random how some companies differ from others.

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  • STATscans
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post
    Anyone have difficulty getting insurance? When my agent entered the VIN, it wouldn't process the number, now it has to go to underwriting. I also noticed a change in the tone(more snarky) of the agent when I told her what type of car it was.
    I’ve had it since 2018 and there was no problem with insurance. I even showed the agent the car since he’d never seen one before.

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  • StarTrekDoc
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post
    Anyone have difficulty getting insurance? When my agent entered the VIN, it wouldn't process the number, now it has to go to underwriting. I also noticed a change in the tone(more snarky) of the agent when I told her what type of car it was.
    One - email customer support (or better yet the feedback questionaire after that encounter) and give honest feedback on it. along that you're now cross shopping other products for better service.

    Tesla insurance not available?

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  • burritos
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    Originally posted by Nysoz View Post
    I’m currently with progressive from geico and it wasn’t a problem at all. If they give you trouble or were snarky with you, shop around and get a better deal.

    Supposedly if you don’t shop around with different insurance companies every 3 years or so you’re paying too much. Insurance companies will slowly increase your rates every year by a bit because people hate going through the work to change companies. I’ve heard they’ve done a lot of research to see how much they can increase each year while retaining customers to make more money and offset the customers they lose from increasing too much.
    Do you shop around by calling companies or do you use a broker?

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  • Nysoz
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    I’m currently with progressive from geico and it wasn’t a problem at all. If they give you trouble or were snarky with you, shop around and get a better deal.

    Supposedly if you don’t shop around with different insurance companies every 3 years or so you’re paying too much. Insurance companies will slowly increase your rates every year by a bit because people hate going through the work to change companies. I’ve heard they’ve done a lot of research to see how much they can increase each year while retaining customers to make more money and offset the customers they lose from increasing too much.

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  • Kamban
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post
    Anyone have difficulty getting insurance? When my agent entered the VIN, it wouldn't process the number, now it has to go to underwriting. I also noticed a change in the tone(more snarky) of the agent when I told her what type of car it was.
    Lat year I got it with Progressive. It was a bit more because they told me the parts and repair is bit more than a similar priced BMW since there is basically no aftermarket parts or labor.

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  • burritos
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    Anyone have difficulty getting insurance? When my agent entered the VIN, it wouldn't process the number, now it has to go to underwriting. I also noticed a change in the tone(more snarky) of the agent when I told her what type of car it was.

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  • STATscans
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post
    Can the car reverse park into the garage?
    As someone said, it can go in and out in a straight line and pretty close to the edges of garages. Also there is ‘advance summon’, which will come bring your car to you or you can direct it to a destination from your phone. You can even have your grand ma sit in the car and send the car to a destination - haha. Look up YouTube video. The advanced summons is only functional in closed areas - so parking lots basically. You also have to be within a short distance of the car before it will activate. It is very cool. Every time I use the feature to come and get me, people stop and look at the car. They are amazed a car can drive by itself. BEST CAR EVER.

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  • Nysoz
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post
    Can the car reverse park into the garage?
    I don’t have the fsd option but I’ve heard you can line it up, get out, and reverse the car into a tight spot. The car really doesn’t like some garage thresholds and may refuse to go over it if there’s a distance of some sort.

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  • STATscans
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    I’ve had my Model 3 for almost 2 years now. It is the best car for me. I‘ve owned Jags and BMWs (2 right now), gmc, Toyota, Subaru and honestly the Tesla is by far the best car. It is a better car than when I bought it 2 years ago due to all the updates and refinement in software - name one car that does that?

    I have the full sell driving package and I can tell you commutes are a breeze. It is no longer such a big deal. It takes over when ever I want it to and I have instant control of it, if I want it.
    1) in sane acceleration - awesome fun to drive (caveat, it doesn’t beat my BMW M3 V8 sound).
    2) never needing to go get gas
    3) electricity is super cheap (about $600 for 20,000 miles of driving so far)
    4) no need to start the car, just walk in, push brake, put on drive and just go. No keys (iPhone in bag/pocket). Think golf cart.
    5) touch screen is phenomenal. Rented 2020 BMW 535 a few weeks ago and it doesn’t even come close to Tesla’s screen. Entering destinations on the gps is so simple and intuitive on the Tesla. The software integration is awesome
    6) no real maintenance except rotate tires.
    7) so many of the things that you’d think a ‘smart car’ should be able to do, the Tesla does. Dash camera, full view of the car surrounding with recoding save features, recording last 10 minutes of what the car sees at any point, control the windows with your phone app, allow someone to get in and drive your car from anywhere with a push of your phone app, adjust the power distribution of the wheels to your liking, the car locks the wheels when you are at a stop so you dont’ have to (one pedal driving), it puts the car in park when you step out, instant adjustment of the cabin temperature from app, full viewing of YouTube videos, Netflix, hulu, video games while you wait for someone, etccc. I can keep going.

    The stock price is a partial testament to how good the car is.

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  • burritos
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    Can the car reverse park into the garage?

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  • Kamban
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    Originally posted by Nysoz View Post

    they discontinued it as being included when the company was 'weeks from bankruptcy'. they also stopped including a bunch of other small things as a part of their mega cost cutting efforts to save the company. I bought my model 3 just before it was not being included luckily.
    Was about to say the same thing. Stock price now does not reflect what the company was going through a year ago when they had to take these measures to shave every penny and keep the company afloat.

    For some reason the homelink is also fickle with certain vehicles and garage door lifters. In my old house the old 2005 Odyssey and 2007 Camry would work very well with a garage opener with old Homelink but the 2017 Acura would not. When we replaced the garage door lifter to a modern one with the latest Home Link none of the cars would pair with it. After sheer frustration I just gave up and ordered additional garage door openers on E-bay, that worked very well.

    I have not tried pairing the homeLink with the current home's garage lifters with the Acura and Camry. Button remotes works well, and if needed the app is always there.

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  • Nysoz
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    Originally posted by burritos View Post

    But look at their stock price. Taking a $25 loss per(high end car) will make absolutely no difference in the outcome of this tesla train.
    they discontinued it as being included when the company was 'weeks from bankruptcy'. they also stopped including a bunch of other small things as a part of their mega cost cutting efforts to save the company. I bought my model 3 just before it was not being included luckily.

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