After Taking Delivery
Charging Your Tesla
The most convenient way to charge your Tesla is at your home, overnight. Learn more about home charging installation and charging connectors.
For longer road trips, charge at a nearby Supercharger or Destination Charging site.
Guidance on minor troubleshooting and repairs can be found in the Do It Yourself Guides. If a service appointment is required, the only way to schedule a service appointment is in the Tesla app. Select your desired service, add notes and photo or video and select your desired date, time and location. If available, you can select Mobile Service to have a technician come to a location convenient to you, rather than visit a Service Centre.
Your Tesla is designed to require as little maintenance as possible. For minor maintenance and repairs, step-by-step guidance is available. If additional service is needed, schedule a service appointment in the Tesla app.
To order vehicle accessories, visit the Tesla Shop.
Every Tesla gets better over time with over-the-air software updates that introduce new features and enhance existing functionality. To ensure you can quickly download and receive updates, connect to Wi-Fi. Tap the Wi-Fi icon from the status bar at the top of the touchscreen, locate your desired Wi-Fi connection and login as normal.
New Tesla cars comes standard with Autopilot—enabling your car to steer, accelerate and brake automatically under your active supervision. Learn how to engage Autopilot.
Roadside Assistance is committed to providing you with emergency roadside service 24/7. Tap the Tesla T on your car’s touchscreen to view contact information for Roadside Assistance at any time.
The Tesla Support page is the best place to find the latest resources and information about your Tesla. To get up to speed on your new Tesla, review our new ownership frequently asked questions and watch our walkthrough videos, also available from your touchscreen under Entertainment > Tesla Tutorials.