I sent the following to Tesla. Tear it apart and help to improve it. Or if you like what you read, write to Tesla and request the feature: 1. User is navigating to destination and the car is routed through a supercharger. The Nav should automatically place the car in queue and reserve a stall at the expected time of arrival at the supercharger. If the car is delayed by more than 10min, the car should prompt the driver and subsequently place the car lower in the supercharger queue. 2. Since other cars that didn't make a reservation through Nav will arrive at a supercharger and will not know what the queue looks like, there can be a display board that shows the next car in queue for each stall. Also, the cars that arrive without reservation and find no stalls showing OPEN on the display, should be able to make an instant reservation through Nav. Reservations should not be needed for stalls with OPEN status. 3. To avoid supercharger rage, the stall would only become active if it is either in OPEN status or if the VIN of the car matches the VIN on the reservation. If someone tries to steal a stall that is reserved, they would get a message on their screen to move out of the stall and either charge an OPEN stall or have an option to make a reservation. 4. The reservation system should be smart enough to place reservations in alternate stalls to avoid overloading one circuit such as 1A and 1B when possible.