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Tesla Map Shows Out of Order Supercharging Stalls with 2020.8.1 Update

by George Szeto March 07, 2020

Tesla Map Shows Out of Order Supercharging Stalls with 2020.8.1 Update

This is one of the long waiting features most Tesla owners wanted for their long-distance road trips, and here we go. Tesla is now able to show you how many supercharging stall(s) is(are) out of order in the specific supercharging station location. It helps plan your trip better without any surprise.

 

Also, it will be even better if owners able to report the real time out of order stall(s) through the Tesla app. Looking forward to this improvement in the future.

Image credit : @TeslasocialC 

 




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