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  3.  From the very first days of tapping at the "T" logo on the car's screen to open an additional menu, Tesla has long been an Easter egg fan. Since then, these treats have gotten bigger in size (hello recording studio) and are now easily accessible via on the Toybox area of the infotainment center. But there are still some hidden tricks and settings that each Tesla owner should know about.
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  7.  Most of the time you can find a way to finish a task by using the car's interior touch screen. However, certain tasks can be more than three levels deep in the software. In order to turn on the windshield washers such as the ones shown, you need to tap twice on the screen to turn them on , and then a third time to adjust the speed. Then, you can press the end in the wheel's left to open the menu for wipers on the screen . You can adjust the speed.
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  11.  These suggestions were tested on the Model 3 and its horizontal display, which is also present within the Model Y, and is coming soon to Model S and X. Model S and X. That update should unify it across the various models. However, currently, these tools are only available for the Model 3 and Y, and the majority of them should work on the higher-priced models too. Read on for more ways to make your Tesla vehicle experience.
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  15.  Improved turn-by-turn navigation
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  18.  In Model 3 and Y, the touchscreen is divided into sections with the map on the right , and a photo of your car driving left. Typically, turn-by turn directions appear on the left hand side of the screen, as do maps. However, a late December 2020 software update includes the ability to bring those arrows closer towards the controller. When navigating to a location, press the reversing camera and turn-by turn arrows and the names will shift.
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  22.  Slip into the water to make it home
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  25.  Most people use navigation to get to work or go back home. This isn't because they don't understand the roads, but rather because they receive notifications about accidents or traffic on the road. Instead of tapping the navigation bar and then touching the saved addresses for work or home move your finger down the navigation bar before touching it. If you are at your home, the app will automatically direct users to the office. If you are at work then it will take you home.
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  29.  You can send directions using your phone
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  32.  Instead of looking for address addresses for your destination on your phone , and then the car, you could forward them from your phone to the car. Almost everywhere you see an address or place on a map, you can share it using the Tesla application and it will be sent to your car's navigation system. The next time you step in your car, directions are waiting to be followed.
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  36.  Make sure your car is cool down
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  39.  If you're Tesla excursions have led to ticketing for speeding You might want to explore Chill mode. Within the settings menu for the drive, toggle between Standard and Cold drive modes in order to change the speed levels. Chill mode gives you smoother, more even acceleration, specifically for drivers who have one foot in front. (On twin-engine Model 3 and Model Y, you can pay for Acceleration Boost to increase the car's speed from 0 to 60 mph. By doing this, you can change the text from the default driving option to sport.)
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  43.  Strange way
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  46.  If you're still getting familiar with the electric car and would like in bridging the gap with the internal combustion engine of your car, turn to Creep mode. In this instance, the word "creep" refers to slowly rolling ahead or backwards. If this setting is enabled, the software setting will continue to apply torque while the car is in drive mode. This mode can also benefit those who live in especially mountains.
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  50.  Turn fans off and on using a single touch
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  53.  Touching and holding an icon of a fan along the lower row of the touchscreen to control ventilation is an amazing game changer. Normally, when you touch this icon, an whole air conditioning and heating menu is displayed, taking up about a third of your screen. Instead, hold the button for two seconds, which bypasses the screen and switches switching off and on.
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  57.  Teen Driver Safety
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  60.  For new teen drivers or someone else who's borrowing the vehicle, limiting the car's top speed is a useful feature. Just tap Controls on the Tesla mobile app. You can also see the speed and position of the vehicle in real-time by going to the "location" section.
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  64.  Adjusting the height of the hatch of model Y
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  67.  There have been some forum discussions about drivers hitting the tops on their garage door when the rear hatch of the Model Y is raised to its full height. To change it, open the door manually to the desired level , then hold and press the close button for 3 seconds. This will change the door's memory.
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  71.  Connect the charging port to the charger Picture: Tesla
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  74.  There are various ways to open the small cap on the charging port that covers the port for charging. You can either touch the touch screen inside your car or even touch the cargo cover. In the event that you're at the Supercharger station or are using an officially licensed Tesla charger at home, you may press the button on the plug that connects to the port when it's next to the deck. The lid will open automatically; no need to touch it.
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