Yup, I know.
My business does not require any vehicle lettering or any special equipment installation, just a couple boxes of parts in the trunk. So, I will just remove the parts from the trunk when it goes in for service. One other thing I plan on doing is use my previous work vehicle (2013 Ford C-Max hybrid) 1 or 2 days per week. This will keep excess miles off the Tesla. I really want the 120,000 mile inverter and battery warrantee to last through my loan period. Oh, I am also tinting the windows and adding aftermarket wheels. These are things no-one does to a work vehicle. That should throw them off the scent too.
What's funny about this is; I have read the Model 3 warrantee information in full and there is absolutely no mention of commercial use what-so-ever. It does mention excessive weight in the car, modifications to the car, and aftermarket parts no being covered. But, no mention of commercial use. I think taxi service is an issue because of the hard driving in the city with extra passengers and huge miles driven. My business merely requires a vehicle to get my sorry butt to each clients home so I can do the work. I am not towing anything or carrying passengers. So, my car is not directly doing any work or directly earning me any money. I do not need a commercial insurance policy either, just a normal vehicle insurance policy.
It is funny, all manufacturers that I have ever purchased cars from have a commercial use exclusion in their warrantee. So, this is nothing new to me. What IS new to me is driving an expensive vehicle.
1% of the world's population can think "Outside the box". The rest are firmly stuck within the box. Where are you?