Whether or not you will need to charge your Tesla electric vehicle every day will depend on how much you drive 

and the range of the vehicle on a single charge. 

Most Tesla electric vehicles have a range of several hundred miles on a single charge, 

so if you do not drive very far on a daily basis, you may not need to charge your vehicle every day.

However, if you drive a significant distance every day or if you have a long commute, you may need to charge your Tesla more frequently. 

It's worth noting that the range of an electric vehicle can be affected by a number of factors, such as the driving style of the driver, 

the climate and weather conditions, and the weight of the vehicle and any additional loads it is carrying. 

One of the benefits of electric vehicles is that they can be charged at home using a standard household electrical outlet. 

This means that you can charge your Tesla overnight while you sleep, so it will be fully charged and ready to go when you wake up in the morning. 

Tesla also offers a network of Supercharger stations that can charge a Tesla electric vehicle in a matter of hours, 

Overall, whether or not you will need to charge your Tesla every day will depend on your driving habits and

the range of the vehicle on a single charge. If you do not drive very far on a daily basis, you may not need to charge your vehicle every day. 

However, if you drive a significant distance every day, you may need to charge your Tesla more frequently.