“In one sense, it is ridiculous to write about Tesla Model 3 maintenance, because there is so little to do, but in another sense, it makes perfect sense, because it is an area that people are interested in and there is a lot of confusion out there.
The regular repair and parts shops around Tampa, Florida (other than the cosmetic places that put on ceramic coatings or paint protection film) have never seen a Tesla. That is because there aren’t that many 3’s out there that have been on the road for more than a year and owners of the Model S, X, and Roadster have the service center and mobile service do everything. It’s also because there isn’t much to do on a Tesla.
I took a look at this topic 8 months ago, but a lot has changed. For starters, due to customer request, Tesla has published a Do It Yourself Maintenance page, and due to the lack of problems Tesla has seen with customers’ cars, it has reduced recommended maintenance considerably…”