If you own a Tesla Cybertruck, then it might be a good idea for you to pull out your driver’s manual right now. It’s been advised for those owners to make sure and get bird poop or dead insects off the car. After all, the Tesla Cybertruck has a pretty tough steel exterior. The car’s exterior is that way due to company owner Elon Musk wanting it that way.
Specifically, the owner’s manual states: “To prevent damage to the exterior, immediately remove corrosive substances (such as grease, oil, bird droppings, tree resin, dead insects, tar spots, road salt, industrial fallout, etc.).”
It is worth noting that Cybertruck drivers open themselves to issues with salted roads in winter. Then, in the spring and summer, bird droppings and other substances find their way onto your steel exterior, the New York Post reports.
Tesla Cybertruck Owners Must Keep Car Clean
By the way, it’s also been encouraged for drivers to take the following measures on their car. “If necessary, use denatured alcohol to remove tar spots and stubborn grease stains, then immediately wash the area with water and a mild, non-detergent soap to remove the alcohol,” according to the Tesla Cybertruck manual.
But these road material problems are not just simply things to ignore. They must be taken very seriously for the upkeep of your Tesla Cybertruck. Cars like this one also have problems with tar grease. Once these substances come in contact with the steel exterior, problems will occur.
Immediate care is needed for the Tesla Cybertruck. It is built differently than other cars. Therefore, it needs a lot of special care. Buyers of these cars know about the great commitment everyone makes. The Tesla name and image carry a great deal of weight with Musk’s fans.
They need to protect their cars as best as they can. The substances mentioned here are both corrosive an
Vehicles are also forced to weather year-round problems such as tar and grease from the roads.
Corrosive Substances Need Immediate Care
All of these substances are considered corrosive and thus require care. That’s immediate care, according to the manual. One X user, for instance, comes across as a little panicky about the whole thing. “Wait, what? …Immediately wash off bird poop, dead insects, and tree resin? Is this a badass Cybertruck or a f–king cream puff?” the person wrote.
Well, wouldn’t you want to keep your car clean even if it wasn’t a Tesla Cybertruck? Of course, you do. These instructions are also laid out for Tesla’s Model 3. And guess what? They pretty much repeat the same advice given for the Cybertruck.
Tesla did decide to forego painting the car. The idea was to just simply put it together with stainless steel exteriors. Musk did this to put forward the idea of a “tough” vehicle.
The company, in November 2023, brought out its Cybertrucks finally to the purchasing crowd. Yes, it happened to be two years after the scheduled launch was to happen.
Musk is still talking about his Cybertruck’s body. It is made of a stainless steel alloy that Tesla developed by itself. He states that stainless steel has no corrosion and does not need paint. Musk adds that this element can be mass-produced, too.
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