Elon Musk Responds to Customer Tweet with Lightning Speed using a Digital Solution
Dec 29, 2016
Retailers - here's your wake up alarm! Loic Le Meur tweeted Elon Musk after being frustrated by people leaving their cars at charging stations for much longer than it takes to charge. They used them as parking spaces in San Mateo to go shopping and take care of errands in the area. Within a week, Tesla updated the software to push out a warning to all customers, letting them know they will be penalized if the car is left at the charging station after the car has been fully charged. Here's a link to the Linkedin post:
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