We have a MS and our other car is an Audi A8 and I noted the difference between the documentation for the Tesla (~30 pages, if I recall) and the combined user manuals for the Audi (~600 pages: ridiculous!!!).
Now I understand the rationale behind the minimalist approach to documentation by Tesla, given the soft nature of many of the controls and of course the desire to reduce cost, but we did have an issue a few days ago:
For the first time, we tried to use a ChargePoint charger and by the time we'd freed the charge cable, applied the adapter etc, unbeknownst to us, the car had locked. So when we tried to plug the cable into the charge port, it wouldn't go in. Didn't realize that it was due to the fact that the car was locked. Would have been really nice if that had been documented somewhere. I guess I should have thought to volkerize the problem... perhaps I would have found a post!
Anyone else out there who reads user manuals from cover to cover and would have benefitted from just a bit more info?
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