I've seen all kinds of vehicles blocking Superchargers, but this one was strange..... I was charging a Tigard, OR on the way home from a 14-day trip, and this was by far the busiest Supercharger I've been to so far on this trip with 8/10 stalls being used and a steady flow of cars coming and going. Car #9 arrives and parks head-in to a Supercharger that is setup for back-in charging. I figured it may be a new owner, so when they walk away from the car leaving it blocking the stall, I ask them politely if they are planning on leaving the car there without charging. The driver says he is well aware of what he's doing and leaves. That's bad enough, but when I look at the car it has dealer plates on it and appears to be part of the fleet that is assigned to the Tesla store at this mall. There were plenty of Tesla destination charger stalls reserved for the store and plenty of standard parking if they didn't need a charge but it looked really bad to leave a company car blocking a Supercharger stall at such a busy location. Maybe there's something I'm not aware of in this situation, but it looked like a waste of a available stall at a busy location.