Useful website

Useful website

What are the useful/interesting website for our Tesla?

Recargo is a software and services company that provides guidance to drivers and industry to support the adoption and growth of plug-in car technology.
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Useful website for Tesla

Website that are useful on Tesla web console

Captain_Zap | September 11, 2013
Blueshift | September 11, 2013

I recently started using a Wiki to collect/consolidate information. Feel free to create an account and contribute. Open to the public here:

So far:

* Links to resources forum members have created: delivery checklist, cost of ownership spreadsheet
* Links to important threads (VIN tracking, super charger tracking, etc)
* Links to must see Tesla videos (like the Nat Geo Telsa Mega-Factories episode)
* Pages on miscellaneous tesla information that can't be found elsewhere (not much here yet)
* Finally links to all of the other telsa related web sites I'm aware of.

For those of you that are not familiar with a "wiki"-- it is just a web site that can updated/modified by anyone.

2050project | September 12, 2013
agiangone | September 12, 2013

Great to find a 50 AMP plug in the middle of nowhere..

thranx | September 12, 2013

@agiangong: great one...thanks!

hungry | September 12, 2013

Thanks everyone... Enough for me to look at while not on this forum

Andrzej1 | September 12, 2013

The DoE has a useful trip planning tool showing you all the EV charging stations, along with their contact information, along your route with the ability to filter the stations by charger type, owner and payment method and distance from your proposed route. See here,

mpacked15 | September 13, 2013
2050project | September 15, 2013

Been researching this too...

Some more good news/blog/review sites:

Good calculator on the "Teslanomics" page to look at costs of Model S vs. other cars (a bit outdated though):

wcalvin | September 15, 2013

There is an "empty niche" here: modifying the route finder software (say Google maps) to include supercharger and other refueling opportunities en route. It should include 2nd and 3rd routes.

2050project | September 16, 2013

@wcalvin - perhaps this one can be of help:

2050project | September 17, 2013

Or this site, think this might be helpful too: