This Shows The Ultimate Tesla Ownership Support … Wow!

OCT 15 2018 BY STAFF 22

Tesla Owners Club Leadership Summit

90 Tesla owners club leaders from 36 clubs over nine countries convened this week in Fremont, CA  to meet, strategize, and plan for how clubs can continue to support Tesla owners across the globe.

***This article and images were submitted by our great friend Sean Mitchell.

Tesla Club Owners are officially recognized by Tesla and have ongoing communication with Tesla representatives with the intent of enhancing the owner experience. Collectively, there are 60 officially recognized clubs in 17 countries and more than 28,000 members. Check it out here.

Tesla Owner Clubs are a community of owners and enthusiasts committed to evangelizing Tesla’s mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy. Club members can help advocate for the company by supporting legislative efforts, offering test drives, volunteering at shows, assisting prospective owners, hosting social events and passionately referring friends and family to explore Tesla ownership for themselves.

In 2018 alone Tesla Owners Club groups were instrumental in the following events:

Tesla Owners Club UK: Silverstone Classic where 86 owners gave ~10,000 rides.

Tesla Owners Club Australia: Installed hundreds of chargers around Australia for The Round Australia Electric Highway.

Tesla Owners in North America: End of quarter help for September 2018.

Tesla Owners Club Norway: 35 owners tested out how various winter tires handle on a frozen lake.


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22 Comments on "This Shows The Ultimate Tesla Ownership Support … Wow!"

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Not surprising, there is a reason why Tesla has the best customer satisfaction scores not just in the auto industry but in any industry which is something that drives the legions from hell (shills, shorters and haters) crazy!

First Fremont, then the world! Mmmmwwwwaaaahahahahah!!!

Very pleased we had two representatives from the MN Tesla Club there.

3 from our own Victoria club.


“plan for how clubs can continue to support Tesla owners across the globe”
You sure they support the owners and not Tesla? Not quite the same 🙂

They support Both Owners & the Company . Equally …

Another Euro point of view

This is obviously a big asset Tesla has and need to take very good care about as one aspect to this is that Tesla paid dearly for this customer satisfaction.
For example a lot of customers are very grateful for Tesla almost never discussing warranty issues and often giving as loaner car a top of the range Tesla. If a OEM representative would do the same they would have to close shop quite rapidly unless supported with a life line of millions of $ . The products are good and that will never be taken away from Tesla but the service to customer is also largely a balance sheet and profit and loss issue. Whether sustainable in the future is an open question.

More serial anti-Tesla BS from a “clean diesel” driver.

Another Euro point of view

So it is not expensive for Tesla to keep high customer satisfaction or what exactly of the above you think is ruminant droppings and why dearest Get Real ? Am all ears and eyes 🙂

Another Euro point of view

Latest commercial (for you Get Real):
” You spend all day in meeting rooms trying to solve over complicated issues ? You need to find a place where all things get so simple you would not believe it ? We have something for you, go in a Tesla related article comments section, 100% free 100% relaxation guaranteed”
🙂 🙂

A response to your clownish comment: First of all, Tesla makes great autos that have won a very large number of awards despite the fact they do not pay to advertise which is another differentiator from the laggard, legacy LICE oems that you support. Second of all, Tesla has not only built very compelling EVs but also a comprehensive ecosystem that supports them like the SuperCharger network and of course Service Centers which the legacy OEMs have largely pawned off onto independent Stealerships who are then free to overcharge to fix their overly complicated LICE crap. Thirdly, Tesla chooses not to sell cars through the aforementioned Stealership business model that the legacy oems use since that stealership model includes sleazy pressure-based sales tactics by sales people working on commission. Tesla wisely pays their sales people a salary and their purpose is mainly to educate prospective buyers on the massive advantages of a compelling EV which is all that Tesla sells. Your BS assertion that Tesla has bought the astonishingly high level of customer satisfaction of their customers is as false as the other BS you constantly put out against Tesla, apparently because they are a threat to the German laggard,… Read more »
Another Euro point of view

Your response is a great progress as compared to your usual FUD hater etc that we get from you like 95% of the time so if you are able to reply like this why dont you invest yourself like this more often and share your thoughts like you just did ? As a matter of fact I agree to a lot with what you wrote like a can agree with many things that other fans like PuPu or Nix do write. Why ? Because they take the time to write structured comments. That’s how civilized society works. I am glad I provoked you as the result is briliant.

To bad we cannot say the same thing about 90% of your comments on Tesla here at InsideEVs which don’t represent progress or an investment in facts.

As long as you make your typical negative comments about Tesla then it is not worth my time to do anything except call it what it is which is typically BS so you should invest more of your own time in making informed comments without your anti-Tesla bias.

Another Euro point of view
I included in y comment above: “The products are good and that will never be taken away from Tesla”. But I am indeed skeptical of the fact they can maintain the level of services they are currently offering in the long run. So my comment is partly positive and partly with a “wait and see” approach. Your reaction to this is exactly why so many fans earned themselves a bad reputation allover. A huge issue with accepting any critic. Same with Elon, Electrek was like 95% positive of Tesla then this writer there wrote some articles mildly critical. That was too much for Elon to stand, made a tantrum and unfollowed Electrek from his tweeter account. I don’t know whether that is a first world millennium mindset issue but that’s just not how things works and it will be corrected, in a soft adaptive way or in a sudden hard way. By the way in the comments section of another article yesterday I wrote that it seemed that people were expecting magic from the Porsche Taican while it was after all only a first attempt making an EV from a ICE car manufacturer so likely miracle should not be expected.… Read more »

Using top-of-the-range vehicles as loaners is actually a sales tactic. They don’t cost Tesla much more than the basic models; but they might help up-selling existing customers to get a higher-specced Teslas in the future…

Another Euro point of view

Yes I know, now it is probably difficult to assess how effective a sale tactic it is as it has a cost. Audi & BMW does not give you a loaner car unless you pay for it (at least around where I live).

Great event. I wish we knew about it as Turkish Tesla Owner’s Club. I feel like non core Tesla markets like ours with no service or supercharging presence serve a bigger purpose as owner’s clubs as we are the only ones that can help. Our club was found in 2015 and grew to 100+ active Tesla owners in a country where there is absolutely no Tesla presence. Closest service is 1000 miles and 5 countries away. If anything there’s discouragement from Tesla’s side; they don’t even allow rangers to be sent even when we want to pay for it.

Do you where/who I can e-mail to sign our club up as an official Tesla owner’s club? Check out our site; One of our bigger events was even seen and replied to by Elon on twitter.

Not sure they would want to give the “official” stamp to an owners club in a region they have no presence in yet? AIUI, the reason they refuse service to owners in such regions is possible liability. An “official” owners club might have the same issue…

I don’t know if anyone from the Club is listening, but you guys/gals should work on Tesla on the topic of right to repair. It’s literally the only thing holding me back from buying a Model 3. I want to be able to purchase a shop manual, wiring diagrams and have access to diagnostic software. Every other major automobile manufacturer offers this, Tesla should be no different. If I were to buy any other EV I could get access to these tools.

I’ll put my money where my mouth is on this one.

Universally popular event – Spaceman came back for it!

Wow! never knew that this owner’s club existed which works along side Tesla.
So super thrilled that this even happens.
Let the world come down heavily on Elon Musk, the common man is with him.
Really feeling ultimate with this email