Elon Musk and his mother, Maye Musk, joined volunteers at the local Tesla Owners Club on New Year’s Eve to help deliver the new car to hundreds of customers. It comes after reports that Tesla has had to delay the delivery of some new cars until the new year because of a shortage of staff, which is not good news for owners, who will struggle to get a $1,875 federal tax credit if they close next year.
To ensure that as many customers as possible can enjoy this offer, at Tesla’s plant in Fremont, California, everyone is trying to help deliver new cars. In the hours leading up to 2019, hundreds of people will be delivering new electric cars (meaning the company has little inventory).
Twitter user Caroline M. G (Caroline G.) A emergency room nurse and a member of the Tesla Owners Club in East Bay, California, where the Fremont plant is located, she volunteers on site to help new owners locate their Model 3.
Carolyn said Tesla sends volunteers a $10 voucher that can be used for live food cart shopping and drinks in the lounge. At 8 p.m., she said, there were still a lot of customers waiting in line to pick up their cars.
Maye Musk was there, talking to customers most of the evening. The event appeared to make Mayer proud, according to a tweet.
Meyer has just published a book, “Women’s Plan: Lifelong Advice for Adventure, Beauty and Success” (A Woman Make a Plan: Advice for A Lifetime of Adventure, Beauty, and Success), about herself and advice and insights from the challenges you face.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was also on the scene, talking to customers and helping with delivery. Finally, toward sending off at midnight, Musk thanked everyone on Twitter and congratulated Tesla and SpaceX on their achievements. He acknowledged that both companies had been very successful in 2019 and that the outlook for 2020 was exciting.