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 me, you get your news and opinions from Internet news articles and blogs like enrg.io. If you’re a Tesla enthusiast, you probably spend at least some time searching for answers to your questions about the car brand online. To aid you in your search, here are the top five best Tesla blogs in 2020.
I like the Tesla Motors Club forum. The participants there have a kind of candid and sometimes harsh brand of honesty that you don’t find on other forums. Check out the thread featured in this article that we ran last week as an illustration of my point. At any rate, the Tesla Motors Club website also offers frequent blog entries relating to all things Tesla that are concise and well written.
EVannex.com specializes in selling aftermarket items for all things Tesla. Even if you’re not interested reading their blog, it’s worth a visit to their site to see all of the cool stuff they have for sale. At any rate, the folks at EVannex.com post about an entry a day to their blog. These articles are all related to Tesla and are easy and fun to read.
Why not get the info straight from the horse’s mouth. I have top-secret insider information that Elon Musk himself writes each and every blog entry himself! Just kidding of course. The company posts one to two entries per month and you can’t really call them un-biased. Still, the Tesla Motors blog is a decent way to keep up with company events.
I swear these guys must have a reporter camped out at every Tesla corporate office around the globe. It also wouldn’t shock me if one or two of their correspondents got arrested for stalking Elon Musk. While I have to admit that I am jealous of their ability to gather insider information, I do respect their tenacity and variety of articles that they present on their blog. Check out their online store for some cool Tesla items that you won’t find anywhere else!
Okay, so it’s not strictly a Tesla blog but a brief survey of their front page reveals that roughly 2/3 of their articles are connected to Tesla in some way. In addition to the excellent articles, I’ve found the comments section on electrek.com to contain a surprising amount of wisdom for a well…comments section. A word of advice: know what you are talking about before you leave a comment, you WILL be corrected if you post something that is inaccurate.
Speaking of comments sections, what Tesla blogs do our readers enjoy? Any others out there that yours truly should be aware of? Please leave us a comment below and let us know.
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