Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-26 Thread Jay Summet via EV
You can still L2 charge and drive home, it just takes longer. I don't fault Tesla for disabling supercharger access to a vehicle with a salvage title, they have no assurances that it was repaired correctly. They don't want a fire at one of their supercharger sites. Bad publicity, potentially

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-25 Thread Haudy Kazemi via EV
I agree. Supercharger network access is a significant, and for some owners, a primary reason for buying Tesla vehicles. Turning off features of a customer's vehicle is problematic, and even more so while away from home. Imagine your ICE car's gas inlet suddenly only allowing a pencil stream of

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-25 Thread paul dove via EV
There are many options to charge as all us non-Tesla owners can attest to! Sent from my iPhone > On Sep 25, 2018, at 10:03 AM, Lawrence Rhodes via EV > wrote: > > > > > My mistake! I know you can purchase a cademo adapter for Tesla so my point is > the same. I didn?t hear in the video

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-25 Thread Lawrence Rhodes via EV
My mistake! I know you can purchase a cademo adapter for Tesla so my point is the same. I didn?t hear in the video that they disabled the vehicle all they did was cut him off from supercharging. Sent from my iPhone > On Sep 22, 2018, at 4:08 PM, Roger Stockton via EV wrote: > > paul dove

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-23 Thread paul dove via EV
My mistake! I know you can purchase a cademo adapter for Tesla so my point is the same. I didn’t hear in the video that they disabled the vehicle all they did was cut him off from supercharging. Sent from my iPhone > On Sep 22, 2018, at 4:08 PM, Roger Stockton via EV wrote: > > paul dove

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-22 Thread Roger Stockton via EV
paul dove wrote: > > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Sep 22, 2018, at 11:28 AM, Haudy Kazemi via EV > wrote: > > > > Which models have SAE ports? The only adapter I know of is Chademo.

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-22 Thread paul dove via EV
https://www.google.com/amp/s/electrek.co/2017/10/16/tesla-new-dual-charge-port-design-model-s-model-x/amp/ Sent from my iPhone > On Sep 22, 2018, at 11:28 AM, Haudy Kazemi via EV wrote: > > Which models have SAE ports? The only adapter I know of is Chademo. > > I don't know if that adapter

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-22 Thread Haudy Kazemi via EV
There is an effort called Right To Repair, that is trying to get a legislative solution to some of these problems. On Sat, Sep 22, 2018, 08:35 Sean Korb via EV wrote: > This will not be unique to Tesla. Toyota is using Kubernetes and > cloud applications to maintain operation of their

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-22 Thread Haudy Kazemi via EV
Which models have SAE ports? The only adapter I know of is Chademo. I don't know if that adapter would be disabled in this case. I mention it because I have read that Tesla counts Chademo as a supercharging session in regard to battery usage metrics. There is another controversy that Tesla may be

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-22 Thread paul dove via EV
Probably has a salvage title and Tesla wants 10,000 to get it back to none salvage state. Far as I can tell all Tesla did was bar them from Superchargers. I don’t see why it L1 charger wouldn’t work nor is there any reason he couldn’t use a L2 charger like everyone else who doesn’t own a Tesla

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-22 Thread Sean Korb via EV
This will not be unique to Tesla. Toyota is using Kubernetes and cloud applications to maintain operation of their dashboards and entertainment systems, it makes sense that as the cost for cloud services goes down and micro controllers costs stabilize more predictive analytics will be used for

Re: [EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-21 Thread Kenneth Rhoades via EV
“This” has just taken Tesla off my list for my next vehicle! I can forgive many faults, but this is not a fault, this is an act that is unethical at best, and criminal theft at worst. Perhaps what goes around will come around. Ken Sent from my iPad > On Sep 21, 2018, at 7:48 PM, Lawrence

[EVDL] Has Tesla gone too far?

2018-09-21 Thread Lawrence Rhodes via EV
Disabling a salvage Tesla in this way is criminal.  The car just had cosmetic damage. I could understand if the pack or motive parts were involved.  Not this.  I may not buy a Tesla because of this.  The Kona is looking good now. Lawrence Rhodes https://youtu.be/okLgtYgnd7A -- next