texas

  1. ev.energy

    Save $200 a year on your home charging

    ev.energy makes it cheaper to charge your electric vehicle. If you drive a Tesla, Jaguar, Landrover or have a Level 2 charger, then you can use our app to save up to $200 on your home charging. Our app works with your energy supplier and vehicle charger to always ensure you are using the...
  2. J

    Official Tesla charging app offering $50 for Beta testers

    Smart-charging app ev.energy is offering a $50 Amazon gift card to the first 100 Tesla drivers to sign up to its Beta testing program in Texas before Dec 31st. The app is free to use, and works with ERCOT and the retailers to automatically save drivers money on their time-of-use rates and align...
  3. BLDRN3R

    Member Dashcam Videos

    I caught this on my ride home last night...love the feature
  4. PabloG

    Hi, I got hit by a rock my first week with my M3

    In true fashion that only I can manage, on Tuesday I got hit by a rock the size of a baseball on I-35 heading to... Round Rock. Wednesday was my one-week delivery anniversary. Blue Velvet is in the shop until Tuesday. Fingers crossed that the hood repaint looks good as new!
  5. Dr. J

    Texas $2,500 EV Rebate - hearing on Dec. 11, 2017

    The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is writing rules to implement the Legislature’s clean vehicle rebate program, which provides rebates of $2,500 for EV purchases. Last time (2014), Tesla cars did not qualify because sales were restricted to Texas auto dealers. There is nothing in...
  6. Michael Russo

    Houston MeetUp - refreshed (next: Late Feb/early Mar ‘19)

    Hello Houstonians. While normally in Belgium, I am on a business trip in the area through 11/19 so I thought if any one or more of you live in the area it could be fun to meet briefly and exchange on our shared passion! So... I'll be at the T≡SLA Store @ the Galleria mall on Saturday (11/12) at...
  7. LUXMAN

    Texas Delivery?

    Can anyone shed light on the Tesla delivery process in Texas? There is some rumblings of progress on allowing sales here, but I don't see it really happening with how corrupt all these politicians are, so how does it work? I heard something about the cars being registered in CA first....