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My Tesla Died...

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Last winter on a stormy night a lady put her Tesla in the ditch.  When it came across the computer, I was keen because 4 other tow company’s rejected the call.  Not knowing what a Tesla was I accepted the call thought it was perhaps a new strain of Hyundai or something.  Anyway went and found it, no where to grab these things to yank on them.  So I undid up using a basket strap hook up on the wheels, pulled it out of the ditch like nobody’s business turtle slow, and set the driver free.  But I’m not a fan of these cars at all, what I will say is be careful...

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The Teslas take a bit of extra care, but they are easy once you learn them.  Take a look at my post about the tesla towing procedures-

 

We tow a lot of them, and I am happy to do so.  My minimum service fee for a Tesla is $125 just to go out.   Tesla roadside is great to deal with, and they have a 24/7 tech phone line to help you if you have any issue trying to tow one.  The owners can be a bit demanding, so the best thing you can do is get them in your truck and seat belted in and let you work. 

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