I stopped by the San Mateo supercharger today and chatted with the Tesla rep that's assigned to the location. It was like a full service gas station btw, I pulled in, and there was a Tesla capped gentleman putting the charger into my car. So we got to talking and I asked why this time I was getting around 250 miles per hour charge, and last time I was there I only got around 125 miles per hour charge. BTW, in Tahoe I've gotten up to 360 miles per charge so I was curious why all the different numbers. He basically confirmed tha Tesla throttles customers that are topping off. If you head to the supercharger with an 80% full battery, you are effectively using the Supercharger to save charging at home. Tesla knows this and throttles the speed at which you can charge to discourage this behavior and save energy/spaces for traveling customers. Today I showed up with 1/3 full, aprox. 100 miles left and received a strong 250 miles per hour charge. He also confirmed that the superchargers are capable of up to aprox. 370 miles per hour. I know there are a lot of threads out there focused on the physics of charging an almost full battery, but the entire conversation today was around policy and not science. Anyone else aware of this? or have had similar conversations with Tesla directly?