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Tesla will charge drivers who hog its Superchargers

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Tesla is sick of ya’ll hogging their Supercharger stations. You’ve already got a Tesla, don’t be greedy.

The electric car company announced in a blog post Friday that owners who use Telsla’s power stations will face charges if they don’t move on fast enough. Drivers who fail to remove their car within five minutes of completing charge will pay a penalty of $0.40 per minute.

“A customer would never leave a car parked by the pump at a gas station and the same thinking applies with Superchargers,” Tesla said. “We understand that it can be frustrating to arrive at a station only to discover fully charged Tesla cars occupying all the spots.” Read more…

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