A charging etiquette problem that, until recently, had mostly been found in single-station non-Tesla DC fast charging rears its head - excessive, post charging stays

A charging etiquette problem that, until recently, had mostly been found in single-station non-Tesla DC fast charging rears its head - excessive, post charging stays

Despite the recent implementation of a text/alert system to remind Tesla owners to vacate Supercharging stations once their charge session is complete, some inconsiderate Model S and Model X owners are still unnecessarily clogging up charging stalls well past the amount of time needed to 'fill up' - often for hours longer, or even overnight/full day stays.

Apparently the situation in some locations has gotten out of hand, and as a result Tesla CEO Elon Musk looks for that to end soon - promising action in a tweet today

One of the larger offenders of Supercharging etiquette are those who also received earlier emails about excessive charging; specifically business-based 'car for hire' services that offer Teslas as rentals, taxis and car-sharing services - basically "parking" the EVs in a spot until they are required.

Now the only question is: "What will, and can, Tesla do to stop it?"

Hat tip to Brian R!