Tesla Charging and Power Issues
It is normal for a Tesla to lose some charge while parked. This is known as “vampire drain” or “parasitic battery drain.” Vampire drain is… Read More »Tesla Loses Charge While Parked: Why and What You Can Do
Yes, Tesla batteries charge slower in cold weather. This is because the chemical reactions that take place inside the battery are slower at lower temperatures.… Read More »Does Tesla Charge Slower in Cold? The Answer May Surprise You
The best time to set your Tesla off-peak charging start time depends on your utility company’s off-peak rates. In general, off-peak rates are lower during… Read More »Tesla Off-Peak Charging Start Time: What You Need to Know
If water gets into your Tesla charge port, it is important to take action immediately to prevent damage to the electrical components. Here are some… Read More »Water In Tesla Charge Port: Don’t Panic! Here’s What to Do
Tesla calibrates the battery management system (BMS) after charging to ensure that it has an accurate understanding of the battery’s state of charge and range.… Read More »What does Tesla calibrating mean when charging?
Yes, you can charge your Tesla while it’s raining. Tesla vehicles have a number of safety features in place to prevent electric shock, even in… Read More »Can I Charge My Tesla While It’s Raining