Our favorite Tesla addict (okay, maybe second favorite behind this guy), Bjørn Nyland, has shared a very timely video about how Tesla is doing recall safety checks for its recently announced seatbelt recall at Supercharger stations. It makes tons of sense given the high volume of cars flowing through them, the predictable 30-minute charge times, and the fact that only Teslas should be rolling through to pick up a charge (though, this isn’t always the case) — but it’s still great to see.
What makes this news unique is that Tesla is thinking outside the box to not only better serve customers at a much lower impact, but to also save tons of money by hitting dozens of Tesla customers with a single service tech at a single site. While Tesla’s service is suffering some growing pains, it’s great to see that the company is still committed to finding creative solutions that ultimately improve the ownership experience.
Here’s the quick video of the service being performed:
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