Tesla is making its own car carriers

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Customers in Los Angeles are receiving emails offering to deliver cars directly to their homes and offices for free.

After spending months focused on ramping up Model 3 production volume, the company is now struggling to get the vehicles to customers.

The email reads: 'I am helping to deliver your Tesla Model 3 in the LA Metro area. This door-to-door service is called Tesla Direct.

Hopefully, we will get to see these new vehicle carriers in action soon.

Pomp added that the delivery service is available on a "first come, first serve basis". The perk was originally supposed to end on September 16 then was extended.

It received the green light from Musk earlier this year, after the CEO tested it himself in July.

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Musk won't be hand-delivering this latest round of Model 3s, however.

Also last week, Tesla said on the US Department of Justice was investigating Chief Executive Elon Musk's public statements in August that he was considering taking the electric carmaker private, the latest and biggest threat to Musk and his leadership of the electric auto maker.

In addition to free door-to-door delivery, Tesla is also offering customers free Supercharging. One shopper even said he was dangled a discount of $3 000 on a Model S in inventory. Not having a dealer network for streamlining distribution, Tesla has angered some people as their vehicles sit just out of reach in the same city for what seems like no good reason.

A criminal investigation of Tesla by the States Justice Department is in the process, following to announcement made by Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla that he was thinking of privatizing the company. 'What an incredible job by an awesome team'.

According to Bloomberg's Tesla Tracker, which tracks Model 3 output by analyzing vehicle registration data, government resources and speaking directly with Tesla customers, Tesla is building on average 3,104 Model 3's per week, well short of its goal of over 5,000 to 6,000 vehicles each week.