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"Accept Terms" button on MyTesla page

"Accept Terms" button on MyTesla page

Hi,

I just recently ordered a Tesla, and submitted the configuration for production. On the MyTesla page, it now says "Order Confirmed, We have begun sourcing parts for your Model S.", and to the right of that is a button in red that says "Accept Terms". I see nothing telling me what that is about - no tool tip, nothing. Should I be clicking this? Can anyone tell me what that is about?

Also, I would expect that this may have come up before, but I see no way to search the forum. Can I search the forum, and if so, how?

Thanks

gary.greene | December 13, 2013

You'll get a faster answer to your question by calling Tesla directly.

Pettifogger.ca.us | December 13, 2013

The forum has no internal search. Go to volkerize.com for an external search of the Tesla forums by Google.

dlake | December 13, 2013

@rath-
I just ordered my MS too and saw the "accept terms" today. I clicked it and it simply wants to confirm the order agreement email attachment they sent after you ordered online.
Don't know why you have to accept terms and confirm.

Nirvana | December 13, 2013

Thanks. I'll call Tesla. Just thought maybe someone who has already gone through the process may have a quick answer.

Tried search through volkerize.com - thanks - good to know there is a way to search. Didn't bring up the answer to my question though..

Nirvana | December 13, 2013

oh, ok. Thanks @dlake. I guess I'll just click through it then :)

AmpedUP | December 15, 2013

I've noticed this for the first time today as well. It seems to be something new, in that I don't see it mentioned in previous threads.

arcap | December 15, 2013

Me too. Just saw it for first time today.

Oldtimer | December 15, 2013

Same here... saw for the first time today. Which country do you guys live in?

Oldtimer | December 15, 2013

Oooops... "saw it" !!

Nirvana | December 15, 2013

I'm in the US (Seattle)

Oldtimer | December 16, 2013

@rath... Thanx, I thaught this might be a "Norwegian" thing ;-)