Trunk Do’s and Don’ts

Four or Five Full or Unfull Grocery Bags

Four or Five Full or Unfull Grocery Bags Do Fit

Exactly what can you put in a Tesla Roadsters trunk?  Is there enough storage for day-to-day driving?  Let’s take a look at the items you might want to put in the trunk and see how they fit.

The trunk easily accomodates a load of groceries.  Four or five full grocery bags can fit in the trunk.  Perhaps not enough trunk space for a very large family’s weekly groceries but enough space for most.  Of course an environmentalist will be using reusable bags.

Very Full Carry On Fits in Trunk

Very Full Carry Does Fits in Trunk

For a trip to the airport, the trunk comfortably holds the largest bag allowed for a carry on, even completely stuffed.  Only one suitcase would fit comfortably although two people with smaller bags could drive to the airport.

What about other items you might want to carry for perhaps a day out and about?  A standard sized cooler does not fit in the trunk but two smaller coolers easily fit.

Standard Sized Coolers Do Not Fit, Smaller Coolers Do Fit

Standard Sized Coolers Do Not Fit, Smaller Coolers Do Fit

You can bring a medium sized golf bag but don’t plan on bringing a golf cart too in the trunk.  Either carry your golf bag on your shoulder, or rent a cart.

Do Carry a Golf Bag, Do Not Also Bring a Golf Cart

Do Carry a Golf Bag, Do Not Also Bring a Golf Cart

Comfortable Beach Chair Does Not Fit in the Trunk

Comfortable Beach Chair Does Not Fit in the Trunk

Want to go to the beach or the symphony in the park?  Well do not plan on carrying a comfy chair in the trunk.  There probably exists some smaller chairs that can fit in the trunk.

If traveling alone, do not forget that the passenger floor space and seat also can carry many items.  The beach chair in the photo fits within the confines of the passenger space.

So for most regular needs, the trunk space is sufficient.  For golfing or catching a flight, the trunk space is sufficient for one. And never forget about the extra space on the passenger floor and seat.

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