As some of you are probably aware by now, Tesla is going to start charging people if they leave their car at a supercharger after the car has been fully charged. The owners will incur a $3.10/min charge 5 mins after the car is fully charged. There is no limit in terms of the levy and an owner will have to pay it at their next service appointment. Personally, I think it's a great idea. I don't use super chargers much (only twice since I bought the car about 3 months ago) and one of the reasons has been the unavailability. I'm just interested in your views about whether you think it'll make any appreciable change in Hong Kong. Will it make the situation better or will we still have long lines at the superchargers?