Agreed, I would probably try to stop the production line once or twice to get them to meet my neurotic tolerances.I have a feeling first batch of CTs will be like the Chinese food near my old office. I enjoyed them a whole lot more when I didn’t know how they were made.
I guess there are advantages to being pretty ignorant of manufacturing so I will just gape and point cool stuff out to my kids and hope I get a good one.Agreed, I would probably try to stop the production line once or twice to get them to meet my neurotic tolerances.
We're not buying in Texas. We buy our truck, then pick it up at the factory.So with sales in Texas not allowed how does that work for the factory deliver option? Maybe we'd "pick it up" but really that's, do a tour, see your truck, then it's delivered to you in in some location in a neighboring state?
Right, similar to the euro delivery options some manufacturers have I suppose. Sans the ocean journey.We're not buying in Texas. We buy our truck, then pick it up at the factory.
The point of sale in Texas can't be Texas, and they don't collect sales tax at point of delivery (unlike, say, California).
I am struggling to recall my source but I definitely remember reading or hearing that you still have to pay the destination charge if you pick up your vehicle at the factory. I could definitely de wrong but I think I heard it from the rep at one of their stores when I test drive the Y. Maybe they just wanted me to buy it through them.Yeah, I'm sure that if they charge for delivery that you'd save that $$ by picking it up personally, so the only question is if there is a delivery charge added on as an additional charge or if Tesla is already figuring it into the price structure since I believe the majority of Tesla's are delivered these days (although I could be wrong about that ;?).
I read somewhere that you will need to buy it from a vendor out of state. But if they allow pick up I don’t see why it would be an issue to pick it up in Texas if it was sold out of state.Now, it's anyone's guess how Texas will handle delivery for Texans.
Right now they can take delivery in Texas, but after they do the transaction out of state. But how do you do that if the truck has never been out of state?