In this post, I go over  everything you need to check. You can print out this free Cybertruck Delivery Day Checklist!

I also created a comprehensive version of the Cybertruck Delivery Checklist with pictures and examples. It can be purchased here or on Etsy (it helps support the blog!). 

Don’t forget to watch my Tesla Cybertruck Delivery Day Checklist Youtube video

*Disclaimer: This is not an official list by Tesla, Inc., nor is it an indication of official quality control standards of Tesla, Inc. Tesla makes software and hardware updates frequently, which this list may not include. 


If you decide to take delivery at the Tesla service center, instead of home delivery, be sure to bring these items:

  • Payment (cashier’s check, ACH/routing, wire transfer)
  • Proof of insurance 
  • Drivers license
  • This checklist 
  • Trade in vehicle with keys (if applicable)
  • Tesla phone app (downloaded and logged in)


  • Ensure correct full name on paperwork 
  • Ensure correct address on paperwork
  • Make sure your VIN number matches that on your paperwork
  • Verify price is correct, including pricing of any added upgrades 
  • Verify configuration makes what you configured 


  • Stainless Steel
    • Hood
    • Front bumper
  • Panels 
    • Hood to side panel
  • Turn on Lights via Screen
    • Check headlights, high beams, emergency lights, LED bar
  • Powered Frunk 
    • Open/close multiple times
    • Emergency release button
    • “Cybertruck” Logo
    • Inspect weather seals, wires, knobs 
  • Windshield 
  • Windshield wiper
  • Cameras
    • Front bumper
    • Windshield camera in center
  • Front Bumper 
    • Front tow hooks 
    • Speaker grill


  • Stainless Steel
  • Panels for gaps
  • Side Mirror
    • Trim
    • Mirror 
    • Outline for auto-dim 
    • Fold in/out 
  • Windows
    • Roll up / down 
    • Check for scratches, cracks
    • Inspect outer window seal
  • Doors 
    • Press button to open
  • Cameras
    • Side repeaters
    • Door pillars 
  • Charge port
    • Open/closes
    • Lighting indicator
  • Wheel & Rims
    • Plastic fenders 
    • Mudflaps
    • Remove covers, inspect rims
    • Valve stem covers


  • Stainless steel
  • Panel gaps 
  • Rear tailgate 
  • Lights 
    • Turn signals, brake, tailgate light bar 
  • Camera
  • Bumper
  • Tow hitch cover 


  • Open/close multiple times
  • Rear doors open 90 degrees
  • Verify key card locks/unlocks on driver side pillar
  • Hinges
  • Door seals
  • Manual door release 
    • Front doors (anterior to window button)
    • Rear doors (door pocket, pull string)


  • Tonneau Cover
    • Inspect slats, seals, open and closes even
  • Tailgate
    • Open with button, soft close 
    • Ensure tailgate is aligned properly on both sides 
  • Electronics
    • 120V power outlet
    • 240V power outlet 
  • Gear Locker
    • Open/close
    • Inspect seal 
    • Drain plug
    • Front license plate 
  • Truck bed
    • Lighting equal
    • 6 bolt points in cargo bed
  • Suspension
    • Test on all levels, ensure moves smoothly


  • Side Mirrors
  • Rear Mirror
  • Sun visors
  • Dashboard 
  • Center console 
    • Wireless phone charger
    • USB-C port
    • 120V outlet
    • Check lights 
  • Display Screen
    • Inspect 
    • Test screen responsiveness 
  • Glovebox 
    • Test USB-A port
    • USB stick 
    • J1772 Adapter 
  • Climate 
    • Air vents adjust 
    • Heated/cooled seats
    • Heated steering wheel
  • Speakers
  • Cameras (via screen)
  • Steering Wheel
    • Test buttons 
    • Honk
  • Headliner
  • Manual gear P/R/N/D light up 
  • Front Seats 
    • Move in all directions
    • Lumbar support 
    • Lights
    • Floor mats 
  • Accent lighting 


  • Headliner
  • Windows
  • Roof glass
  • Fold rear seats up / down 
  • Lights 
  • Coat hangers
  • Floor mats 
  • Screen 
    • Climate 
    • USB-C (2) 
    • 120V power outlet
    • Button to move front passenger seat  
    • Test screen responsiveness 


  • Any unusual noise
  • Wheel alignment
  • Blind spot indicators function


  • Key cards
    • Driver pillar 
    • Wireless phone charging pad
  • Pair phone to Cybertruck via Bluetooth 


  • Charge port
    • Ensure charge port opens/closes properly and is aligned properly
    • Ensure charger plugs in and removes easily
    • Ensure indicator light turns on
      • White  = Ready to charge

      • Blue solid =  Scheduled to charge

      • Blue blinking = Preparing to charge (takes a few seconds, be patient)

      • Green blinking = Charging ongoing

      • Green solid = Charge complete 

      • Orange = Not plugged in correctly, re-align 

      • Red = Error 

      • RAINBOW = Easter egg,  pressing the button 10x 

  • Test Various Connectors 
    • J1772 (most common non-Tesla charger)
    • NEMA 14-50
    • CCS adapter (for faster charging at places like Electrify America, EV Go)
    • Tesla Supercharger 
    • Tesla home charger


  • Verify that your car was marked as “delivered” in Tesla’s network
  • Keep copies of all documentation (ex Motor vehicle purchase agreement, DMV forms)
  • Submit a service request via Tesla phone app for fix/finish issues (check with your service advisor when this must be done by)
  • Hope this free cybertruck delivery checklist helped you, don’t forget to follow my Youtube channel for more Cybertruck tips and content! 

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