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Tesla sends out letter to its customers for 'overusing its chargers'

By Faiming_low on 20 Aug 2015 in Hybrid/electric cars

Attached Image According to autoblog.com, Tesla has been sending some of its Model S customers letters scolding them for overusing the company's Supercharger network of electric vehicle chargers. In the letter, Tesla quoted saying, "As a frequent user of local Superchargers, we ask that you decrease your local Supercharging and promptly move your Model S once charging is complete". 
 
Considering these cars aren't run-of-the-mill Toyotas nor Hyundais, this looks like it is going to be a public-relations disaster for the California-based electric-vehicle maker. Moreover, many of the owners who received the letter said that the their nearest Supercharger station was 120 to 160km awake from their home and had only used the Supercharger a handful of times. 
 
As of now, there are no official words on this issue from the Tesla representatives but we guess its isn't going to go down too well with the owners because as owners of these expensive cars, they sure aren't used to receiving letters like this. 


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