Active E mileage slow down…

As predicted, once a Tesla joins the garage, the Active E mileage seems to be slowing down.

Not much, but still there…


Still… in keeping up with Laker great mileage homage pictures. Thinking of Jerry West. Never saw him as a player, but man, what a General Manager!


It doesn’t help that the BMW Active E forums have been down for over a month. It seems like our friends from BMW i really have started to ignore the Active E Electronuts.

Besides, the Tesla Roadster’s been fun to drive (as is evidenced by last weekend’s Tour de Tesla drive.)

Just hoping that BMW steps it up with some sort of offer for the i3 for Electronuts, otherwise, I would predict a lower conversion rate from Active E to i3. There are a lot of choices out there, and the i3 should have tried to hold on to the Active E drivers.

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rEVolutionary armed with a Tesla Model 3 RWD LR, Tesla Model S S85, a Tesla Roadster, when his wife let's him borrow it. Formerly driving a BMW Active E (2012-Feb to 2014-Feb). Dennis has been driving EVs since he found himself on the BMW Active E trials on February 2012. As a result of his involvement in the Active E program, he became Accidentally Environmental. Aside from this blog, he often tweets @dennis_p. When not driving, he can be found on the following Tesla/EV forums -,, and as AEdennis or on as Dennis. In the interest of full disclosure, Dennis has an inherent bias toward electric vehicles and has an investment in and is LONG Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA).

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