Arthur Driessen, a Tesla Model 3 owner, recently embarked on an epic six-month road trip across the United States that ended in a 115,000-mile journey. According to Arthur Driessen, he drove the Tesla Model 3 through sand, snow, streams, creeks and all the other terrain sand, snow, streams, streams and so on in different seasons, which were filled with terrain and weather challenges.
Throughout the journey, Arthur Driessen replaced two control arms and a door hinge for his own mistake, but this was actually his own injury. After driving 10,000 miles, Arthur Driessen changed his tires, which he said had to pay for the vehicle’s load and off-road.
Arthur Driessen says the whole trip was amazing because he didn’t have to look for a gas station during the trip, and the savings were staggering, costing an average of about 6 cents per mile, which meant $6,000 for a 100,000-mile ride, compared to the cost of driving a Civic. About $10,000 in gas savings. He also praised Tesla’s charging infrastructure across the U.S. because it was only close to the Texas and Canadian borders that it was difficult to find them.
However, Arthur Driessen also talked about problems he encountered on the vehicle, such as autopilot choosing a slower left lane at some point during the journey, forcing other vehicles through his right. He also shared the problems with Smart Summon, and found that navigation didn’t work when the vehicle was not connected to the Internet.