This is a screenshot from ‘My Tesla’ page. It’s where you find your non-sequential reservation number. In my case, RN1078XXXXX. I’m redacting a few numbers, I don’t know what someone could do with this, but I’m not taking any risk – so other numbers will be redacted in this post, but you will still get the point.
From this page, you can access the source code by pressing Ctrl+U or right clicking and then ‘view page source’.
In the source, you want to look for the ‘reservation id’. You can launch a search (Ctrl+F) and type ‘common_reservation_id’:frederic's tesla res idYou will find a 6-digit value attached to reservation id. Based on early data, it looks like this number could be a sequential reservation number worldwide starting from the value of 300,000 or maybe 350,000?
For example, I reserved minutes before the Model 3 unveil event started on March 31st and my number is ‘412,XXX’ and by the time the presentation was over, there were ~130,000 reservations.
An even better example, my publisher Seth reserved two Model 3 in-store during the 31st. It was hours before my reservation and he got two in the 380,XXX with only a value of 15 between them.
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