I am wondering whether Tesla restricts the supercharger-useage to private use, or not or has a kind of "fair use policy". I couldn't find anything about it, thus i speculate, that the Supercharger network can be used by everyone without restriction (as long as it's either a 85kwh or a 60kwh with SC upgrade) As investor I see some risks involved here. Thus I wrote an Email to IR two weeks ago, but never got an answer. Here's my email to IR: "I am a stockholder in TSLA and I have a question about the financing-model for the supercharger-network: I understand that the superchargers are built on freeways away from cities, in order to be useful only for roadtrips and not for daily use. I understand that, as long as it is used in that way, the financial model will be fine. But what about this scenario: A courier-company buys 100 Model S/X in order to use them as inter-city-delivery-vehicles. Let’s assume that would happen for example in Germany, where electricity-prices are very high. I can easily imagine, that for an inter-city-courier-company (i.e. regular deliveries from munich to hamburg) it would be possible, to drive 1.000km or more daily on a regular basis using the supercharger-network. This would lead to >300.000 km per year, and at autobahn-speed 300 kwh/km should be realistic, leading to an energy-consumption of 90.000 kwh or more per year, which at germany’s high electricity-rates would be > 12.000 EUR, even at industrial rates. PER YEAR. As far as I researched I couldn’t find any clause stating that the supercharger-usage is not intended for commercial use. If my assumption is correct, that the supercharger-network could be used for above scenario, then I would see a huge liability for the future, as soon as the first companies discover this incredible opportunity. Can you please let me know whether the use of the supercharger-network is in any way restricted to private use, or whether above mentioned scenario could really take place? Thank you very much." The 100 cars have just been an example. Some huge company could even "exploit" the SC network with thousands of cars. If commercial use is not restricted at the time of the sale I see no way to restrict it later for already sold cars. A company could even buy used cars 3 years from now for a 10% premium (in order to basically buy the whole market of used Model S, thousands of them) and heavily use the SC network without Tesla being able to do anything about it (since the car was sold with lifetime non-restricted SC-access) I think it would be reasonable to implement some kind of "fair use" policy, at least in europe, where electricity costs significantly more compared to the US. If some companies would heavily use the SC network this way with a few dozens of cars it would be even free advertising for Tesla now in the beginning (all the people who would see express-mailings delivered in a model S/X would start to wonder about the car), but as soon as it's used on large scale this way I cannot see how this could be sustainable. Any thoughts about that anyone?