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With the main weight of the vehicle (the batteries) in the floor, it gives the Tesla a much lower center of gravity. This makes the car handle much better than a gas car, reducing any body roll significantly.
A Tesla is up for a full day of driving. A stop for lunch in Greenwich, CT, and then a restroom break in Newark, DE, you won't miss filling up at a gas station. And with Autopilot you will arrive rested and stress free.
The navigation system in the car will plan your stops and navigate you on the best routes for charging.Plan Your Own Trip
Tesla has the largest and fastest charging network, making even a cross-country trip very easy to accomplish.
Can charge at over 400 miles per hour, with over 1300 charing locations and rapidly growing.
Most of the time you charge at home.
You can use a standard power outlet, which will add ~5 miles for each hour of charging (60 miles/12 hours)
If you need faster charging, a drier outlet, or charging station can be installed for less than $500
There is a large network of 'destination chargers', chargers at stores, hotels, or office parks, from Tesla and others.
Never stop to refuel in your daily driving.
Leave your house every day with a full tank.
Your daily commute can now be a relaxing experience. Especially in stop-and-go traffic.
The ride is very smooth and quiet. There are no vibrations from explosions and hundreds of moving parts.
No more oil changes.
Tires rotated every 2 years.
Coolant flush every 4 years.
Because of regenerative braking, brakes last well over 100k miles.
Tesla has Mobile Rangers who can perform many service calls at your home or office
Service centers are nationwide, even wordwide, with the locations continually growing.
Teslas are made & designed in American, with many suppliers and employees inside the US.
Over 55% of America's electricity comes from domestic natural gas and coal, so by driving a Tesla you are burning American coal and natural gas, rather than imported foreign oil
Energy diversity, electric cars can run on natural gas, coal, nuclear, hydro, wind, or solar, allowing for more price stability.
Do you drive less than 250 miles in a typical day?
Do you have off-street parking?
Does your place of employment offer charging options?
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