Why Tesla is Protecting Batteries of Supercharger High-Use Cars By Slowing Charging Down

Over the weekend another Supercharger story surfaced which suggested that some owners, especially those who use the Supercharger network a lot, were experiencing maximum charge rates during their car’s Supercharger sessions that were far smaller than the Supercharger’s theoretical maximum power.

Find out why this is happening — and why Tesla is protecting customers and their cars by doing so — in the video above.

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