https://www.taycanforum.com/forum/threads/taycan-dealer-pickup-checklist.1828/Ask them to setup your PorscheID and the profile in the car so you don't have to fight with it on your own. My salesperson set it up with a default password that I changed later.
You may want to consider asking the dealer NOT to prep your car. You might want to see the paint in all its post factory/ post transport glory. A good wash and rinse is what I ask for - but no wax.Picking up my MY2021 Taycan on Saturday in NJ. Any day 1 advice or advice at the dealership when picking up?
What?I plan on getting full PPF and my dealer has a local detailer come into the dealership to do PPF... anyone have recommendations for/against this?
I’ve also been looking at other PPF installers but kinda scares me if they have to disassemble the car in any way to wrap edges ... and what if they don’t put it back together properly?
something about doing it at dealership makes me think they could resolve any issues and also would hold them accountable.
Certainly no one has taken my mirrors off any car to which I had PPF applied. They MIGHT have removed the Porsche emblem and reapplied it but that is no big deal.i'm not speaking from experience... I've just heard from others that detailing shops may remove mirrors/emblems/logos/etc. in order to get the PPF to wrap over the edges and not have any seams. maybe that's not as commonplace?
ha good to know. i'll make sure whoever i go with doesn't do any disassembly.Certainly no one has taken my mirrors off any car to which I had PPF applied. They MIGHT have removed the Porsche emblem and reapplied it but that is no big deal.
If you are going to a shop who can't apply PPF without taking mirrors or panels off your car then you need to find someone else to do the work. Run!