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Recent content by technerdx6000

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    Tesla Software updates - Australia

    just installed 2022.16.1.1. Release notes same as before. Looks like the European NoA update according to Teslascope. Good news is it fixed my spotify and bluetooth issue, so I am very happy!
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    Supercharger - Gawler, SA - Q2 2023

    I have definitely noticed an anti-Tesla vibe outside of Tesla circles in online spaces. Not sure why. You can hate Musk all you like, but you can't argue Tesla didn't single handedly spearhead the EV industry
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    Tesla Software updates - Australia

    Anyone notice the entertainment system has been pretty *sugar* since 2022.12.3.12? I'm on 2022.16.0.3 right now and there still issues. Never had any problems with these in previous software versions Issue: phone doesn't connect to bluetooth automatically. Need to manually connect every time I...
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    Supercharger - Brisbane 2 (Toombul), Qld

    might be an unpopular opinion amongst Brisbane residents, but if the rumours are true that supercharger sites are being pushed back due to supply chain issues rather than site selection issues, I think the Toombul supercharging infrastructure should be split into two and one cabinet (3 charging...
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    ARENA/NRMA national fast charging network

    This is awesome. Might be too much to hope for, but 350kW nationwide charging will do a lot to spur EV adoption and really silence the "But EVs can't go out bush". For the initial rollout I think even 2x150kW or 2x175kW stalls (depending on the supplier) rather than 350kW would be plenty...
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    Superchargers in Australia

    I wonder if Tesla has data on supercharger usage vs third party for the fleet. Surely they do. Personally when looking at charging options I have three criteria to determine my choice. speed reliability ease of use Superchargers tick all three of those. Cost doesn't factor into my decision...
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    Probably an outlier, but I managed to drive for 3.5 hours on the single lane Bruce highway at over than 100km/h average yesterday between Marlborough and Proserpine. I was very surprised as I thought it would be impossible.
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    When Bjorn Nyland did his 24 hours challenge, he sat on 170-180km/h. It is always better to go faster when using DC as the charger replenishes the charge much faster than the car can discharge it.
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    I recharge to 75% every night. Rarely go below 15% or above 90%. Only on roadtrips and even then, unless I'm driving to Brisbane or something I usually stay between 90% and 15%
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    Time will tell if we see another DCFC pop up in Kingaroy. When I did that trip it was from 10pm to 2am and I didn't muck around with speed as I was trying to get somewhere. But my car says I have 69kWh nominal remaining, so a bit more than you.
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    I don't think that Kingaroy one is QESH phase 3. The QESH sites will be Yurika branded. Also, you must have a lot more degradation than me. I can drive from Edmonton to Deeragun with 75% charge. Admittedly I arrived in Deeragun with 0% but I did it.
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    Would love to see the usage statistics of these chargers in FNQ. According to the app, the Tully charger is just comms problems. I wonder if high usage plus weather conditions contribute to failures for the others. The Cairns charger has been out of action for a while. No additional info on the...
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    Superchargers in Australia

    Very disappointed to see the pushbacks. With 10s of thousands of Teslas entering the country annually now, the need for superchargers is going to increase. I wonder if its are due to the chip shortage?
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    Queensland Electric Highway

    Uptime of the QESH network is critical, particularly north of Gympie where they are the only DC chargers available. Also considering they are only 50kW too, charging already takes a significant amount of time. Having 3/5 FNQ chargers down is unacceptable.
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    Tesla Software updates - Australia

    If you tap the screen a compass icon should show up next to the navigation search bar

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