My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 5

My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 5

My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 5 I have now crossed the 30,000 miles (49,000 km) milestone in my 2019 Tesla Model 3, in just over 16 months, and in October I reached one full year on a set of Michelin CrossClimate+ tires, which will give some precise range data, so this is a perfect time for an update. Previously In My Quest For Net Zero • Delivery — Almost: “My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 1.” (Odometer: 0 km) • Delivery — Eventually: “My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 2.” (Odometer: 303 km) • Living With It: “My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 3.” (Odometer: 7,294 km) • The Long Wet Winter: “My Quest For Net Zero & Beyond With Tesla Model 3 — Part 4.” (Odometer: 25,104 km) • Tune into my early expectations of the Model 3 after driving and owning many other electric cars here: “9 down, 1 to go — a personal tale of 7 years with electric cars.” • Also check out my initial ordering and decision-making experience: “How My Tesla Model 3 Order Turned From Super Easy To Super Confusing.” (The confusion was mostly on my part.) Quick recap to explain the graph: It has an axis of chronology and an axis of liquidity, with one key number: “0.” The price of the Tesla Model 3 Long Range RWD was a big blow to my economic capacity the very moment I payed for the car ...
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