I have always wondered how it was that a lot of us could park our cars and then leave them in the lot without being charged for the privilege.
But now I know, thanks to the latest Tesla parking charges.
According to a Tesla spokesperson, Tesla is currently charging parking tickets for the parking lot at a number of locations across the state.
The company is charging the ticket, if it is issued, on a per day basis.
The company also says it has also started issuing parking tickets to drivers who park outside their vehicle’s space, or outside the garage.
The Tesla spokesperson says this policy has been in place for a number in the past and is “designed to ensure that Tesla drivers can use their Tesla as they would their own car”.
Tesla has also recently increased the fee for parking on private property to $300,000, and charges drivers who use the parking garage a fee of $20.
Tesla says it will continue to adjust the rate for the future, but says it is a “simple change that helps ensure that everyone who uses our Tesla gets the same level of service”.
The spokesperson says “the most important thing is that our cars have the same service, and that’s the same for everyone.”
This is not the first time Tesla has raised charges for parking.
Last year, Tesla raised charges on a number car parking lots in New South Wales and Victoria.
Tesla charges the driver who parks the car for the vehicle’s monthly parking fee, but the charge is capped at $400.
Tesla has previously raised charges and increased the cost of parking at a few of its locations in New York, California and New Jersey.
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