3 Ways to Easily Add a Heads Up Display to Your Tesla

The Tesla Model 3 is not only the electric car brand’s most mainstream product, yet– it’s also one of the most advanced cars on the road, period. I’m not just talking about its high-capacity battery, advanced and well-publicized autonomous vehicle technology, or comprehensive...[Read More]

Tesla Model 3 Delivery Checklist

Before my kids were born, my wife and I made a list of everything we would need at the hospital. Clothes? Check. Toiletries? Check. Four cases of beer? Check. Okay, so I obeyed my wife’s orders and left the beer at home. That being said, getting a new car delivered is somewhat like getting a n...[Read More]

Ceramic Wrap For My Tesla – What You Need to Know

One thing I’ve learned from hanging out on the Tesla Motors Club forum is that you’ll always get an answer to your question. The users may not always be polite about it as we mentioned here, but you’ll get your answer. After locating this Youtube clip of a custom holographic chrome...[Read More]

Best Tesla Model 3 Mods

I’m kind of a sucker for car mods, especially when they’re done right. From aftermarket accessories to cool paint jobs, car mods can turn a stock model into something extra-special. I am also, a sucker for Youtube videos. Whether bored at work or just relaxing on the weekend, I have foun...[Read More]

Model 3 Ground Clearance – What You Need To Know

We’ve all done it. You go a bit too fast over a speed bump or pull a bit too far into a parking space and scrape your car’s bumper on the curb. You hear the scraping sound and cringe, knowing that there is damage to your car. When Tesla’s second sedan hit the streets in 2017, Model...[Read More]

Hybrid Police Cars in Hot Pursuit of Fuel Savings

Ford debuted its latest Explorer crossover/SUV at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year– and, while a big SUV isn’t something we normally get all that excited about here at Gas2, this one was a little different. What made it slightly different from what we were used to was Ford...[Read More]

High Power Wall Connector (HPWC) or NEMA 14-50 Direct Plug – Which is Better?

After reading about charging your Tesla with a NEMA 14-50 outlet at home you may wonder if it’s better than a HPWC. Tesla’s High Powered Wall Connector (HPWC), now referred to by Tesla simply as wall connector, does what the NEMA 14 50 set up can do: charge your car. However, the two dif...[Read More]

Tesla Valet Mode – How It Works

Elon and Co. revealed Tesla Valet Mode to the world in 2015. After reading through this thread on the Tesla Motors Club forum, I have to say it does look a bit confusing Valet. What exactly does this word mean? According to Wikipedia: “A valet (or varlet) is a male servant who serves as person...[Read More]

Top 5 Best Tesla Blogs 2019

The Internet. It’s crazy to actually stop and think about how much you spend online. What’s even crazier is that I lived a decent portion of my life without Internet access. From work to entertainment, the Internet is present in just about every facet of our lives. If you’re like m...[Read More]

Can You Buy a Tesla Golf Cart?

A short thread on the Tesla Motors Club forum got me thinking recently…can you buy a Tesla golf cart? Well, you definitely can’t from the company because they don’t make one. Ok, that was easy. Everyone go home. But seriously folks, would it be a decent business idea? Elon Musk is ...[Read More]

The Best Way to Replace Your Tesla Emblem

Car emblems. Everyone loves them. From the iconic Mercedes-Benz emblem to Ford’s logo which can be found not just on cars but clothing, stickers, and even coffee cups, there’s just something about car company emblems that car lovers of all stripes find attractive. This is especially true...[Read More]

Buying a Salvage Tesla – What You Need to Know

What would you say if I told you that you could buy a 2018 Tesla Model 3 with 6516 miles on it for $16,500? Would you call me liar? Would you beat me up and take my lunch money? Well you can, (and I would certainly hope you wouldn’t try and assault me). The practice of buying and restoring a s...[Read More]

How To Charge Your EV With A NEMA 14-50 Outlet

A favorite among early Tesla owners, installing a NEMA 14-50R outlet (“NEMA 14 50” for short) for home charging is an economical and flexible solution. The outlet itself can be had for about $9.00. Springing for a wall plate to finish the look will set you back another $3.00. Starting ea...[Read More]

Best Place to Find Certified Pre-Owned EVs

We covered the pros and cons of buying a used Model S last week. While I’m pretty sure that 99 out of 100 people would prefer to buy a new car, the reality is that most of us can’t or don’t want to afford to. In addition to (most of the time) being a bad investment, buying a new ca...[Read More]

Can You Upgrade the Battery in Your Tesla in the Future?

Range anxiety among those of us who own all-electric vehicles (EVs) is a real phenomenon as we noted here. While today’s crop of EVs are able to achieve decent ranges on a single charge, the limitations are still a challenge. The various models manufactured by Tesla Motors are hands down the i...[Read More]