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5 specific things I’ve done utilizing my Model Y to pay for itself.
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For lots of people, the Model Y is a very exciting car because it’s the first Crossover SUV electric car to achieve a range of over 300 miles. The Tesla Model Y today starts at $52,990 for the Long Range version getting 316 miles, and early next year, the standard range version should start at $41,000.
It’s the perfect car for anyone who liked the Tesla Model 3 but needs a little more storage space, like me.
So far, in my ownership of the Model Y, I’ve paid for the car by utilizing the car itself in 5 specific ways.
The first thing that I got to help pay for the Model Y, and everyone will be able to get is cash incentives.
For the Model Y, in the state of California you get $2000.
Next, my power company is Southern California Edison and they gave me $1000.
This past month I tried something new, which is the third way the Model Y pays for itself: Turo.
I listed my Model Y on Turo at the end of may since right now, I’m not using it to commute every single day.
As a Turo host, I make 70% of the earnings (the rest goes to Turo and insurance). With one rental at the end of may, and four more throughout June, I ended up making $835 from Turo, which as it turns out, covers my car payment for the month.
One thing I am planning to do to keep my car clean, and make it easier to clean, is to buy some really great all weather mats for the Model Y. Now the Model Y comes with mats, but they aren’t that great, and definitely won’t deal well with any liquids.
The third thing I got with the Model Y is pretty obvious. UZpost earnings.
Around October, I had been watching lots of UZpost channels talking about the Model 3 and really wanted to get one. I test drove the Model 3 and realized that it wouldn’t suit my need to fit drums in it. So, I became obsessed with the Model Y. I was watching every possible video about getting a Free Tesla, Free Model 3, Free Model Y, Free Tesla Model Y, Free Tesla Model 3, and so on.
I saved up all of my UZpost earnings for a few months, and by the time delivery came around, I used all of that as the downpayment for the Model Y.
Once I took delivery, I started making regular videos with the car that have done pretty well, which is a prime example of the car paying for itself.
Now number 4: Affiliate Links.
Most companies utilize affiliate links to encourage people to recommend products. Amazon does this, blue host does this, and you guessed it, so do Tesla accessory companies!
If you check out the description in my videos, I list off all the equipment I use to make my videos, as well as some other products I recommend, and these are all affiliate links. Again, if you click it and proceed to purchase, at no extra cost to you, I get a very tiny percentage of that sale.
This is one of those things where you might say “how is this the Model Y paying for itself? It’s a camera lens on amazon”, but the only reason that link was clicked, is because I made a video about the Model Y, which is a popular subject.
At this point, I don’t make nearly as much as I do with Turo, but every bit helps the Model Y pay for itself!
Alright, last but not least, in a similar fashion, is the Tesla referral program.
If you follow the link and proceed to purchase, you get 1000 free supercharger miles, and so do I. Now this doesn’t result in cash or anything, unless I’m one of the lucky ones who wins the Tesla referral lottery for a free Model Y, but it does add up over time.
At this point, I have enough referrals that any road trip I go on for the foreseeable future, is 100% free.
So because of the popularity of the Model Y itself, and the fact that I talk about it on UZpost and Twitter, it leads people to use this link for free miles, which in turn lets me drive the Model Y for free.