Jessica Davis

Jessica Davis

I love learning and sharing my experiences with the world. "Every mind is a different world."

Why the new Tesla Model 3 isn’t for everyone… YET.

Ask yourself these 3 questions before buying Teslas new Model 3. Where is the nearest Tesla Supercharger? How much will I charge at home? and Where else can I charge?

How did I realize that the new Tesla Model 3 was not for me? Well after shopping around for the best deal, I was able to get the best deal ever. The deal I got was $7,500 down, upon receiving the new Tesla Model 3 and I could return it for a full refund within 7 days or 1,000 miles. I was so exited to receive my new Tesla Model 3. I couldn’t wait to drive around in it.

Lucky for me, my Tesla Model 3 arrived a day before my family reunion. After some intensive math and mile crunching I came to the conclusion that if I minimized my travel, I could do the trip just under the 1,000 miles. The total trip would take approximately 980 miles (enough to return it if I wasn’t happy with it).

The Pros

Complete silence. No matter how fast you drive, the car is so quiet it’s impressive (compared to gas cars).

The technology in the car is so far advanced that it’s difficult to go back to a simple luxury car.

Sentry mode alarm system is like what you saw in the movies as a kid.

No more smelling gasoline fumes at the gas stations.

The Cons

The amount of time it takes to charge the battery can range from 40 minutes all the way to 2 hours. Depending on whether there’s someone else charging next to you and how full you want your battery.

You can’t take a shorter route if you’re taking a road-trip. You have to travel through the areas that have the  Superchargers or risk ending up with no charge.

Charging at 120v is super slow so forget about charging at a friends house, you’ll be in for a rude awakening if you arrive with only 5-10% charge and the nearest Supercharger is 15-20% away.

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