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    PPF Accident

    Super low speed accidents, especially at an oblique angle to the car, are far outside of any car's ability to warn or prevent at this time.
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    How many times? How old were the batteries? What chemistry? What temperature? What charging rate?
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    So tons of theoretical studies with extrapolated results and very little real world evidence. When you actually look at what people are seeing in degradation after 100k or more miles, these studies in their laboratory environments don't follow the actual evidence. Posting lab tests as the final...
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    So all you are going to say is 1) I'm not going to offer proof of what I'm saying and 2) What I said about leaving your car at 0% is right.
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    2 die in Tesla crash - Report says "nobody was in driver seat"

    This seems like the most logical scenario.
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    Is there any car manufacturer with worse customer service than Tesla?

    I have had better service with Tesla than I had with my BMW and Honda I had.
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    Hey Rocky_H, if you are just going to disagree with everything, why don't you back it up with some actual info?
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    Just because Teslas can (but beware the reputation)

    Just don't be like an Audi driver... 😅
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    There is zero proof of what you are saying. There absolutely is a buffer at the top and the bottom. If there was not, people would be bricking their batteries all the time. The only thing that causes wear on the batteries is the actual usage of it. How you charge it, especially on L1 & L2...
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    You cannot hurt your battery when the indicator on the screen says that your SOC is low. The threshold where battery damage can occur is far below where the car will turn off to protect itself.
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    Someone Opened the Door Manually

    I was about to say "part out".
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    Model 3 front brake slider pin part #?

    My closest service center handed a part I ordered off to a mobile tech that delivered them to me when he was in the area.
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    MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

    Unless the car is a 0%, the battery is not going to be damaged while it sits.
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    The accident saga begins...

    All of the bolt on panels on the Model 3 are aluminium.
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    Charging non-tesla vehicle on a tesla charger

    They were mistaken. They may have confused an Urban Supercharger with a destination charger.

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