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MASTER THREAD: Range Loss Over Time, What Can Be Expected, How to Maintain Battery Health

Kevy Baby

Aug 11, 2019
Brea, CA
The fact that you track all of this so carefully says it all.

I couldn't give a crap about where my car sits on the "bell curve", because nothing that happens to any other car means anything at all to me or my situation (or your situation for that matter, but that fact is evidently not important to you).

So, I guess since you drive 90% or more of your battery's original capacity regularly with zero access to charging of any type, yep, that could be important.... (and there's ZERO chance that this is actually your situation)

That said, your "situation" represents .0001% of worldwide Tesla owners, so it's unlikely to be relevant to pretty much anyone.

You should sell your car (there's a strong market for pre-owned Teslas) and get something that suits your "situation" better....
(moderator note: edited reported personal attack out)

Personally, I don't stress over such minutia either, but A) I am grateful for those who do as I often learn from their efforts, and B) even if you don't, WHY DO YOU CARE what they do? If something isn't of interest to you, ignore it and move along.


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