Tesla is yet to comment on this particular matter and we must note that we aren’t aware of other Supercharger landlords facing similar issues. If, however, there is truth in the allegations being leveled at Tesla, this could be problematic for the California-based company.
As good as the network may be, the Supercharger infrastructure isn’t entirely perfect. One Model 3 owner was hit with a $600,000 charging bill, which later turned out to be an error on Tesla’s part. It’s not all negative, though. In a gesture to help fleeing Ukrainians, the company’s CEO made the service free in order for EV drivers to reach a safe destination.
Hopefully, these allegations turn out to be nothing more than a sloppy administrative error. For years, Tesla has remained at the top but issues such as this could allow the opposition to leap ahead, something Siemens is aiming to do with its planned charging network.
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