By MATT MILLER This article is part of our continuing coverage of Tesla’s Model 3, its electric sedan.
The article will be updated as we learn more about the car.
We will be back later this week with more Tesla coverage.1.
You need a Tesla credit card.
If you don’t already have one, you can sign up to receive free shipping on any purchase with your Tesla credit or debit card.
You can also use Tesla to pay your bills, pay taxes, or transfer funds.
You’ll pay the fee upfront.2.
You must have a Tesla Model S or X. If you have a Model S, you must also have a new Tesla Model X sedan.
If there are any differences in the cars, you may be able to choose between them.
You don’t need to wait for the cars to arrive in order to choose which one you want.3.
You will need to provide your Social Security number and a copy of your birth certificate.
Tesla has also sent you a letter to fill out.
If the company wants to charge you the fee for a Model 3 without a Social Security Number, it will charge you a $5,000 surcharge.4.
You won’t get to keep your Model 3 if you’re fired, sold, or suspended.
Tesla will charge a $1,000 deposit, which you’ll have to pay off with your credit or car loan.
If a company terminates your contract, you’ll need to return your car and pay the remaining $1.
If your company terminator wants to keep you, you’d have to be a new employee to receive a full refund.5.
You cannot buy a Tesla for $75,000 or less.
If Tesla charges you $75k, you have to have an additional $75K in the bank.
The company will send you a check for the remaining balance in your account.6.
You have to use a credit card with a balance of $50,000 to pay the Tesla fee.
If it’s more than $50k, the company will pay you the difference.7.
You’re not allowed to buy a Model X with a $7,500 deposit.
If this is your first Tesla purchase, you will need a $50 deposit before you can start using your vehicle.8.
You only can use Tesla’s credit card to buy the car if you have an existing Tesla account.
If that account has been shut down, you won’t be able use your Tesla card.9.
You’ve got to pay Tesla’s $9,500 annual fee for the privilege of driving.
If, for whatever reason, you want to buy one of the cars without paying the fee, you’re out of luck.
Tesla says you must pay $7 a month on top of your Tesla monthly fee.10.
You get to drive a Tesla without a human in the driver seat, as long as the car has the “Autopilot” feature on it.
Autopilot can automatically turn itself on when the car is in motion and is in lane, for example.
The feature can help you safely navigate a congested city, but it’s not the same as the driver-assistance features of a car like the Tesla Model 3.
Tesla does not specify if the Autopilots on its cars have any kind of steering wheel, brake pedal, or other steering control.11.
If someone in your household has Alzheimer’s disease or another neurological disease, you don.
You might also need to be tested.
Tesla recommends testing for COVID-19 at the local public health lab.12.
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