For Tesla owners, one large issue has been cropping up recently.
Tesla owners, in the US at least have been experiencing a growing issue with the Supercharging stations, while there are a growing number of them popping up all over the country and in Europe each station can get reasonably busy as quite a few people aren’t moving their cars once it is fully charged, this responsibility is with the owner.
However, according to users other Tesla owners use the Supercharger bays as regular parking, regardless if the car is fully charged thus making is harder to use their car. As Tesla drivers do receive a push notification once the battery is fully charged, there isn’t really any excuse to leave the car there.
To help combat this, Tesla will be starting to charge drivers $0.40 per minute that the battery is plugged in while fully charged.
@loic You're right, this is becoming an issue. Supercharger spots are meant for charging, not parking. Will take action.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 11, 2016