We understand it is your personal choice if you wish to add PPF to your car or any other extras, mods and accessories to your car. Extras also include the Full Self-Driving and software packages that Tesla offers to car owners.
If you have any extras, mods, and accessories installed to your car, these would need to be declared when applying for a quote and will affect your premium as the the market value of your car increases.
To get an estimate please fill out the form to get quote in our article "Getting an Insurance Quote".
Some aftermarket accessories and mods are allowed and below is a short-list of approved accessories:
- Paint protection film
- Ceramic coating
- Vinyl wrapping
- After-market bumper accessories
- After-market lights
About Aftermarket Steering Wheels for Tesla Model 3
After-market yoke steering wheels modifications are strictly not allowed for Tesla Model 3. The Australian Design Rules (ADR) states "Vehicles manufactured after June 1995, which are required to comply with ADR69/ (Full Frontal Occupant Protection), may only be fitted with steering wheels certified by the vehicle manufacturer as suitable for that vehicle". At the time of this article, there are no approved after-market steering wheels by Tesla and as such does not meet the ADR requirement.
As such, the insurer will not accept vehicles with modifications not approved by Tesla and so please make sure to declare if you do have this installed in your car.