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Mister Person
Anyone have their Glacier White R1S Quad with 20's and a bike rack parked on Argyle St. over the weekend? I wanted to pull my R1S out of the garage and park next to you but there wasn't room. :)
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Sharing a recent, positive experience with Rivian Service Center in Chicago. Took my R1S in for first time since I got it (Dec 22) for the 7,500 mile tire rotation & multi-point inspection. Also needed to address a rear lamp recall that I had procrastinated getting fixed. Thought while I was there I’d have them adjust a minor misalignment of the rear passenger door and a windshield wiper fluid nozzle that seemed to not be at full strength. The Rivian service experience was superior. I opened the request in the app, which allowed me to include pictures and video of the door misalignment and wiper fluid nozzle issue. Got a call a day or two later to ask me some clarifying questions about what I had submitted. I could tell the person on the phone had actually studied what I submitted and was experienced enough to understand what would likely need to be done. Scheduled my appointment on the app. They had several openings only a week out from when I was looking. I was expecting to have to wait a month. The day before my appointment, they called again just to make sure I’m good to go and answer any questions. In the app, I got an order for my service that I had to e-sign. The tire rotation and multi-point inspection was $160, which I think is much cheaper than expected. The other items that I submitted were done at no charge. Day of appt, I park outside the service center and go into their lounge….very on brand with Rivian and comfortable, welcoming place. A service rep took my key fob and pulled my car into the garage area. He confirmed all the items on the list and said they’d either have or done by end of day or worst case the next morning. They gave me the option of a courtesy rental car (from Enterprise in the Loop) or Uber credits. I chose Uber, and on the spot he sent an Uber voucher to my phone worth $300 that would last 36 hours or so (no restrictions on what type of Uber car you want to use). By mid afternoon, they called and let me know car is ready. Took an Uber back and was met in the lounge by same service rep. He showed me the door that had been adjusted, and for the wiper fluid nozzle, they replaced it with a new, better version. Since my R1S was an early-built and delivered version, they had since started using a better wiper nozzle on the assembly line. They put that on at no charge. Total cost was $160 as expected and stated beforehand. No long list of extra, suggested fixes and charges that I had been so used to for decades from my ICE cars I’ve owned. Next service is at 15,000 miles. So easy, cheap and premium experience.
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Blueassassin
Blueassassin
First i've heard of a better nozzle my launch edition is terrible.
Craigins
Craigins
Do they actually have parking spots outside the service garage, or did you park in the area that says no parking.

That's my biggest issue with the service center. That street is narrow, they have the customer lot chained closed, and no direction where to park for service. Not sure why they can't afford signs or communicate with the customer where to go for service.
Techtennisone
@Craigins I parked on the street, right in front of the customer lounge/lobby door. When I went in, they said that was fine, and then they pulled my car into the garage. I agree with better signage need. It was my first service appointment, and I wasn’t sure what to do at first.
Philzer
Rivian newbie here, though I've followed their progress since the building of the Normal plant. I've been waiting for the R2 since then, so I placed a reservation on the reveal day 3/7/24. I will use every once of patience I have, while waiting for it to be produced. It probably won't happen until 2026, but I'm hoping they surprise us with a late 2025 start of production. Hi everybody!
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Mygrain
Mygrain
Welcome! Rivian over-delivered on 3/7, but spare yourself the heartache of expecting Rivian to beat their target dates. I undoubtedly sound like Debbie Downer, buy I waited 57 months from reservation to delivery of my R1S. And I live just an hour's drive from the factory. Rivian missed every delivery window estimate they gave me, and they eventually stopped giving me updates. Roughly 25,000 people who reserved after me took delivery of an R1S before me.

If you followed Rivian Forums this week, you may have seen that Rivian sent emails to current R1 owners telling them that they will get "priority delivery" of the R2 if they reserve now. So, if you don't currently own an R1, you definitely should temper your expectations of delivery timing for an R2. Feel free to contact Rivian's customer support to voice your opinion about that plan.

I have almost 3000 miles on the R1S that I reserved in February of 2019, and I truly love it. I want the company to succeed. I applaud Rivian's decision to build the R2 in Normal. But Rivian has a poor track record for meeting their own target dates. And during 2022 and 2023, there was a baffling degree of randomness about the order in which reservations were filled.

My experience is one little data point of Rivian reality. I sincerely hope that your experience will be infinitely better.
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Philzer
Philzer
@Mygrain I'm new to Rivian, but not EV startups. As a reservation holder for an Aptera since 2021, they still haven't produced a vehicle yet. So I've endured a lot of failed expectations and have a very thick skin to temper those expectations.
Mister Person
These are the Tesla chargers that will become available to us this month. This will help getting into WI but not much help heading to northern MI. Just FYI. This is the Tesla.com/findus map filtered to just show "Superchargers Open to NACS".

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Mister Person
Mister Person
Agreed. I have family in Appleton & Neenah. But we also head to northern MI a lot and this doesn't help there, at least north of Grand Rapids. Hopefully, eventually, Tesla will replace their older chargers in Big Rapids and Cadillac with newer versions. Or Rivian opens RAN chargers there. One can dream. For now the EA in Cadillac will have to do.
Blueassassin
Blueassassin
I wonder how expensive it will be?
oskeei
oskeei
Just need the nacs adapter now.
ob1w0n
Hi all,

Picked up my Rivian blue R1S last week. First EV ever and it's a keeper!
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RexRemus
Hey fellow adventurers-

I'm making a trip from Chicago to Galena. Seemingly the only real L3 charging along the route is in Rockford (EA site at 7151 Walton). There seem to be a few L2s varying wildly in available capacity scattered around the Galena area and in Elizabeth. I've been combing through plug share and check-ins are mixed at best, trending toward openly awful.

Does anyone here have any "secret gems" along this route and in the Galena area?

Thanks!
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RexRemus
RexRemus
As a note just for anyone else who might need to do this run - absolutely expect "backup" at the Rockford Sam's Club charger - was there at lunchtime and was there at 6-7pm and there was a line both times up to 3-4 deep. Also expect the typical charger etiquette nonsense such as a Kia Niros and ID4s using the 350kW ports vs the 150kW charger and people NOT moving when charged well above 80% because they're waiting for a spouse/partner to complete a shopping trip...

Not that I saw this personally BOTH times... no, of course not... I'm just warning people about something that MIGHT happen there... maybe, just maybe... ;-)

So if you're planning this trip and think you're going to show up and charge 20-30 minutes to top off - plan for a full hour, or possibly more - both ways. This is the sad state of charging infrastructure we need to deal with today.
RexRemus
RexRemus
Update on this - it seems that there are now 4 EV Connect 200kw chargers at Freeport Ford (555 W Meadows Dr, Freeport, IL 61032) and I called them and confirmed they are open to the public and seemingly, very new.

This is actually a great location as it's almost exactly right in the middle between Rockford and Galena which (at least coming from chicago) is the far more "dead" side of the trip - within 40-50 miles of chicago you have options, within 40-50 miles of Galena you had a handful of fairly unreliable L2 chargers. Being able to now have a little confidence to leave galena with maybe 100mi of range and top-up to get back home actually gives a surprising amount of flexibility and confidence. Once I get a feel for reliability there I'd be more confident leaving with <100mi but for the moment I'd want to keep a reserve to hit the Rockford station if need be so you need around 90mi of range minimum to leave a little buffer for that. but having 8 chargers along Route 20 now is actually huge and as I said means you now at least have some options in charging strategy - I can top-up (100%) at home, get to Galena straight through, top-up with L2 chargers during the day to get around town and as long as I'm around 100mi+ of range, have multiple options to stop on the way back now. There's no need to plan everything carefully around the one Rockford stop and deal with congestion there. And no need to absolutely make 2 stops. The round trip (depending on in town miles and L2 availability) can now be a single stop affair since the EV Connect station is much closer to Galena for the trip back. Hopefully this new option alleviates some of the planning stress on this route.

I realize this is probably only important to me :D But I just bought a piece of land out there and I'm working on building a home on it, so there will be frequent trips for the foreseeable future. So anything that makes this route better for EVs has a huge impact for me.
RexRemus
RexRemus
Made the trip today stopped there on the way out and the way back just to see if it would be busy. It was great. I don't think too many people know about it just yet. Ran into another R1S there on the way back with a full family and a dog but otherwise totally empty. The chargers are new and payment was quick and easy. If you have to choose between this and Rockford stop here every time.
Mygrain
As expected, the $12M allocated for this year's Illinois EV rebate program didn't last long. Applications had to be postmarked no earlier than 11/1/23. And on 11/13/23 the number of applications surpassed the available funds. People who qualify as "low income" can (and should) still submit their applications up until the end of January.

More details are available here
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Mister Person
Mister Person
My guide sent me that page, already filled out, when I asked her for it. If you live close to a service center you can also get them to fill it out in person.
Mister Person
Mister Person
Mine was postmarked on 11/1 - hopefully they accept it!
Ziggy
Received my $4k on 12/28! Filed paperwork on 11/9.
Hi All, Just joining, I took delivery of my R1S at the Normal location 12/04/2023, and been having a great time. My Aunt went on a tour with me before pickup, which was my second tour, each time staff made us feel special. My Aunt is now going to leave Tesla for Rivian, her Tesla plate is 891 to indicate how long she's had the Tesla. I sold her on Rivian, and glad to hear she may not have to wait as long as I have.
@RexRemus, when down town, there are charge point stations at Northwestern Hospital 250 E. Ontario the parking spots are sized fair, they have 16 spots and may be adding more.
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Last week, I scheduled delivery of my R1S at the Chicago Walnut St. location for 11/28. (The only options presented to me for pickup were 11/27 and 11/28.) On 11/25, someone from Rivian shot me a text letting me know there are delays with the transporter, so we pushed the pickup to 11/30. We scrambled over the weekend preparing for the purchase, which included selling one of our other cars. Last night I got a similar text letting me know there are more logistical delays, followed by an email letting me know my pickup has been canceled. They have no ETA on when I will be able to pick up the vehicle. Is anyone else going through similar issues with pickups?
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RoseyRivian
Good idea. Did picking up in Normal save you on the destination fee?
Craigins
Craigins
No, destination fee is a fee that is normalized across all sales to cover delivery costs. Everyone pays the same fee no matter where they buy and pickup the vehicle.
RoseyRivian
Just wanted to hop on and give an update in case anyone else finds themselves in a similar situation. I found out the R1S was being transported from Atlanta (I purchased from the shop, not configurator) which ruled out pickup in Normal.

I reached out to my Rivian Guide to see if we'd be able to switch out the tires from the 21" road to the 22" sports since delivery is delayed. She was able to accommodate and got approval to not charge us the additional $2500 which was a nice surprise. Seems like they are acknowledging the pick-up process is still a bit of a cluster and are at least trying to make up for it where possible. We are scheduled to pick up the vehicle on Monday. Fingers crossed we don't run into any more delays!
Heyo, Im back with some updates from the Byron off-roading park, I said id post pics if i didn't embarrass myself, which I did not :)

Recap, for anyone interested-
I was the only Rivian there... I showed up and parked in kneel mode, owner was like, you wont even make it on the easy trail. Went in off-road mode in highest suspension and he's like, ok, yeah that will work :)

3 trails, easy, moderate, and hard. And a practice area with mud pit, mud rut, and some practice hills. Easy trail goes on the motorcross track, and is pretty easy, kinda wish they would allow us to go faster on it, but better they didn't :)

Moderate trail was through the woods, some nice steep hills and turns and pretty technical terrain. Gandy (thats my R1Ts nae) handled the pitches and hills flawlessly, but looking back im not sure how i got out of there w/out a scratch. There were several 3,5, & 7pt turns with the long wheelbase on the R1T.

It was suggested I might struggle on the hard trail, so I did not attempt... this time :)

Pics below are not the best, I apologize or that, but gives you a sense of the mudpit / mud rut practice area, and on the easy motorcross course. No pics on the moderate trail as we were all on the edge of our seats snaking through the woods avoiding body damage and trying to remember to breathe.

As you can see in the last pic, some of the jeeps jumped up the hills and got some airtime. No, I was not so brave :D

And it did occur to me, after I got home, that i could have turned on the dashcam with the simple push of a button to get much, much better footage.
Next time!

And yes, that sand/clay/whateveritis tan mud was very, very hard to remove. Had to hose it down forever before even going to the carwash. But so worth it!
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RexRemus
Fellow Chicagoans...

I have to go downtown for work a few days this week. I'll be at Salesforce Tower (333 Wolf point plaza). Maybe it's still just "new car" apprehension but I kinda don't want to drive or park my Rivian anywhere at all downtown for extended periods... but I don't think I have a lot of options NOT to.

Is there anyone familiar with that area who knows a good place to park that they feel is relatively "safe" and easy to navigate to/into/out-of? I don't care about cost - the company will cover. I just do not want to park on the street, but I also don't trust anyone in a garage either to not smash a door into me.

Anyone have any thoughts? Thanks!!
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clownsmashd
clownsmashd
pretty sure there is a garage at Wolf Point. I'm not sure where you expect to park if you cant' on the street (impossible in that area) and not comfortable in a garage. I work at the Merchandise Mart which across the street and just take the Metra in to Union Station and walk from there. It's not very far.
RexRemus
RexRemus
@clownsmashd Was hoping for a good garage suggestion if possible. I did find something close on Spot Hero and I'm going to give that a try. This won't be a usual thing so I'm hoping I can get in/out for 2 days and not have anything stupid happen.
Mister Person
Mister Person
If it were me, and it will be eventually as I work out of the Willis Tower occasionally, I'd get a spot hero at a parking garage that has a roof you can park on, and drive all the way to the top, uncovered, parking level. People don't tend to park up there as it can take a while to get up there and down. Make sure the height restrictions will work for your R1.

An example close to wolf point is the Lake - Franklin Garage at 180 N Franklin St.
RexRemus
RexRemus
@Mister Person Solid advice, I did go with Spot Hero in the end and have a spot reserved for both days I need to be down there. It's covered/semi-private and fairly small, so I am hoping that all works in my favor to reduce the chance of a negative encounter, but if I have learned anything living in the city, it's to never underestimate the level of stupidity in a large mass of humans :D so this is just a fingers-crossed thing for the next 2 days
Techtennisone
I worked directly across the river from Salesforce tower (on N Wacker) for several years until very recently. I drive to work every day and parked in pretty much every parking garage in that area, most frequently in the garage at 180 N Franklin. I hear you on being worried about getting scratches and dings. I got my R1S in December, and I've been a ton more careful everywhere I go now for that same reason. The unfortunate thing about all the parking garages around Salesforce Tower (and pretty much all over the city) is that they squeeze as many spots as possible in these garages, so 99% of the spots that I've ever seen are super tight. I was driving a much smaller Toyota Rav4 when I was parking in those garages near where you want, and I got several scratches and dings over the years. I wish I had a great garage option for you that has lots of room for your Rivian and solves your worries. If you find an exception to this, please share here. Lots of us Rivian owners are probably worried about the same!
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@Techtennisone I ended up at: 325 W Wolf Point Plaza - Wolf Point Garage

It's right AT the Salesforce Tower. For sure the spaces were tight, but I felt like I've definitely seen worse. my strategy was just to go far enough "down" where others hadn't yet tried to fill/take the "good spaces" (only one side exposed) and pull-in/back-in depending on which way left the driver's side door available for exit and then cheat over as far as I could. What I can say is I was at least able to do that in that garage. Everything went fine though I did have a little oddity on wed when it was raining in the morning and it seemed like my driver-side front wheel was having traction problems/acting very odd on the entry (which is a moderately steep and winding ramp). I was worried the front was going to break loose fully and I'd just be sliding down. I'd have genuine concerns parking there in the winter. To be fair - I am on 22 all-seasons, but regardless, this was a drizzle and the ramp was only slightly damp, but I slid more than once just trying to get to the entrance gates. Otherwise - no dings, reasonably good rates for all-day parking (12 hours), and it was right next to my destination
ChicagolandRivianAdam
Good Morning Everyone-

I sent out an email about the new Official Chicagoland Rivian club late last week. It had a lot of information and I plan to send out a condensed version today, so if you didn’t get the email and would like to be added to the list, just let me know. I’d like to get a meet up or an event of some kind scheduled before it gets too cold and snowy. Let me know if you have ideas!

Thanks!!
-Adam
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Rivifan
@ChicagolandRivianAdam given the, keep adventurous forever ethos... every Rivian club meetup post I see on IG they are in some picturesque outdoorsy area. Busse Woods near O'Hare (or Morton Arboretum in Lisle) both pretty accessible (& relatively central) to the area, and maybe as adventurous as we're going to get 'round here, besides the lakefront. Bonus would be somewhere that they allow firepits we could use/bring and gather 'round.
EVMatthew22
EVMatthew22
I'd like to be added as well. Thanks!
ChicagolandRivianAdam
ChicagolandRivianAdam
Hey all. Sorry for the delay. I’ve had a few big projects at work. I’m currently trying to organize a coffee group, as that was the most requested. I’ll be sending out some dates so we can pick the best one. If you haven’t sent me your email yet, please DM me and I’ll add you to the list.
Mister Person
Has anyone noticed the crazy Driver+ behavior when driving north on the Edens, right at the Dempster underpass? No matter which lane I'm in, my R1S veers to the right pretty violently. I've had to take control every single time I've attempted it. I'm wondering if there is some mapping problem, or if the shadows and lane markers just confuse the system.
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Took Delivery of my R1S Saturday morning. I had no idea just how much I would really enjoy this vehicle. After just one day driving!!!!I would like to thank @ChicagolandRivianAdam for the chat at soccer practice which gave me the final nudge to finalize my purchase.
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Hey All, the Byron Motor Sports Park in Byron, IL (just SW of Rockford) is a motorcross park that has 4x4 days a few times a year. The last one for this year will be this Saturday night and Sunday 10/14-10/15. Overnight camping is available.

On Sunday, registration starts at 8, course opens at 9.

Only vehicle requirements are 34” wheels minimum. If you are new to off-roading as I am, they said there will be trail lead guides, and they have easy, moderate, and advanced courses.



Details on their website and FB page:

http://motobyron.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ByronMotosportsPark



im hopin to show up all those Jeeps with my fancy electric pickup 😃 😃

If I don’t embarrass myself, ill post some pics here later 😃

See you Sunday!
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a76marine
Please do let us know! Too short notice for me this weekend, but I'd love to plan something next year!
Rivifan
*update* - the park was rained out this weekend, they said the rain date is Nov 5th. Same deal, camping is available the night before and i guess you can ride the trails at night too, and the course opens at 9am Nov 5th
@ChicagolandRivianAdam I realize not everyone that owns a Rivian wants to get it all muddy, but just throwing it out there, we can do the inaugural club meetup there 😃
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Rivifan
@WilcoFan here is the addy to Byron Motorsports park: 2525 E Ash Rd, Byron, IL 61010. Its about a half-hour past Rockford, I plan on leaving around 8am to get there 9.30ish. They say the event lasts all day, ill have my Nephew with me, not sure how long he will last.
a76marine
a76marine
Rivian Amazon Delivery Van
Marques Brownlee posted this great inside look of the Rivian Amazon Delivery vans we’ve all seen driving around Chicago and the surrounding area. For those that don’t know him, he produces great YouTube videos on EVs and technology in general. This one was shot using the new IPhone 15 pro.

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This month marks 1 year with my blue R1T. Nice to meet other Chicago Rivy lovers.
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Mister Person
Mister Person
Are you in the Milwaukee/California area? I've seen a blue R1T around there a lot.
mrgreat
mrgreat
We have a blue R1S down here in the southern burbs (Tinley Park/Frankfort/Mokena) :)
Bikermomjudi
I actually take her to Palm Springs in the winter so get around Socal with her. Split time between northern burbs and loop area.
I only recognize a few of the names on here but hopefully more pop up! We have about 20k miles on an LA Silver R1T in Forest Park, frequently driving along 290/88 and down around Midway.
Rosie the Rivian is also one of the few non-Tesla EVs available on Turo, if your reservation hasn't come up yet and you really need a Rivian fix!
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Limestone R1S arrives tomorrow!
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Tour of new Rivian Spaces Chicago
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Rivian hosted a sneak peek of the new Spaces location on Rush and Chestnut tonight. Thank you Adam for organizing this early look with Rivian. The grand opening is tomorrow and Saturday, Sep 8th and 9th. They have lots of stuff from the gear shop for sale and an R1T and R1S to check out.

Here’s a video tour of the Space I took tonight:
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I’ve started seeing more R1S’s around the city. When I got mine in December, I never saw any others. Now I see one almost every day. I’ve only seen forest green, white, grey and blue so far. Either I’m seeing the same ones over and over or those are the most popular colors in Chicago. How about you? Seeing others when you’re out and about?
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Mister Person
Mister Person
I'm on the NW side and saw a white one a couple weeks ago. I've had mine for 2 weeks - El Cap.
RexRemus
RexRemus
White, Silver, Blue, Yellow, and El Cap in the NW burbs, Saw Green (not launch) and El Cap in Michigan last month. I just got mine in August - midnight. I do see "more" but it's still fairly infrequent - though I work from home and don't do any serious commuting so it's only weekends most times I'd see anything at all - but I definitely see more R1Ss now - it took a while and now I see them more than Ts for sure. Makes sense - I can see the demand for the S being a lot more than for the truck - especially in the burbs :D
chryses
I'm in the Gold Coast. I've seen a Launch Green R1S parked in that neighborhood (and dropping a kid off at Latin). I've seen a Glacier White and a Forest Green in Streeterville. Saw a blue one in the Loop. And I work about 1.5 miles from the service center and have seen the full rainbow out my window at one point or another, though I feel like that doesn't really count. I still see far more Ts in the city than Ss, though.
RexRemus
Maybe a stupid question - I just got my Rivian plates, they are "EL" plates - electric vehicle plates (with the additional yearly fees).

Can you get "vanity" EL plates? are they just regular plates and still just pay the yearly fee per the registration type? how does this work in IL? Thanks!
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invernite
I didn't go through that process. Already had the vanity plates on the ICE vehicle the Rivian replaced. Had the plates transferred through the registration process.
RexRemus
RexRemus
hmm, wonder if I need to call/go in for this. Maybe the website is not setup to deal with EL to non-EL plates (and assign proper fees or whatever) That would suck
invernite
Hmm, that's odd. IL allows both vanity and personalized plates for EVs. I went to pick a plate, chose passenger vehicle, and entered some random text, then got to the screen where I enter last few of VIN to transfer. Since mine already has vanity plates there was no point in proceeding with the test so I called it quits. Hopefully you don't have to go into the DMV - never any fun!
RexRemus
RexRemus
@invernite It's PAST that very step where I am seeing the error. Maybe it's just something specific to my situation, but it's after entering the VIN, existing (EV) plate, etc. That it errors out
Craigins
LG+FE R1T dark 20's, out in Downers Grove. 8/2022 factory pickup.

I made plenty of trips to the Northwoods of WI, just north of Minocqua, R1T handled all the snow like a champ over the winter.
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smc5520
smc5520
Hey @Craigins, curious what your charging routine is to/from the Northwoods. Have a place in Three Lakes area. Any insights welcomed!
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Craigins
Craigins
@smc5520 I only have an 8 mile round trip commute so I charge off the 120v at home.

I only have a 100A panel so I'd probably need to update that. That's a lot of cost for no benefit for me.
smc5520
smc5520
@Craigins good to know that works! We too don't have a big commute and should have lots of down time, so may give that a go too! Thanks so much!
Craigins
Craigins
@smc5520 if you need to top off, the evgo at 75th and Lemont has been good for me. Avoid the EA chargers at Target on 63rd Street, it is never fully functional.
Photos outside the new Rivian Spaces Chicago location. This is my R1S, launch green, Forest edge interior.

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Preview of new Rivian Spaces Chicago location
Stopped by the new Rivian Spaces location in Chicago this morning. Here’s a video of the outside and surrounding neighborhood. It looks beautiful….great location. I met a couple of really nice folks that work at Rivian while I was there. Looking forward to the grand opening next week!

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