Monthly Archives: December 2016

The National Wildlife Art Museum

So why is this filed under “Electric vehicles”? Bear with me for a bit. The National Wildlife Art Museum is in Jackson, Wyoming. It’s a very interesting museum and if you’re in the area, I recommend you stop by. My … Continue reading

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Model S–My first service visit

A couple of weeks ago I had a problem with Autopilot that was remotely diagnosed as a failure of the front camera. I scheduled today’s service visit to get it replaced. I woke up early and decided to go ahead … Continue reading

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A Tesla Christmas present

Software updates are one of the neat things about owning a Tesla. Since I got my car  three months ago, two software updates added features to the car that I didn’t have before. One arrived last night in time for … Continue reading

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Model S: My first service visit–planning

Every couple of weeks when I turn on the car I get a message that says: “Driver assistance features not available” and none of the Autopilot features work. The condition lasts for the duration of the trip. The message also … Continue reading

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Life with Model S

I blog about owning a Tesla not so much because I am a fan of Tesla, but because I am a fan of a sustainable energy future that electric cars, and Tesla in particular, are helping come to pass. I … Continue reading

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Fake news

If you haven’t heard about the fake news story, “Pizzagate,” you can search for it on Google, or read this article at the New York Times. The rumor was basically that a pedophile ring was operating out of a pizzeria … Continue reading

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