It's been an eventful week for Tesla. Tesla is launching a Supercharger Voting Poll Platform that will allow owners to choose where future Supercharger locations will be. This is a very good move for Tesla as it shows how much it cares about its customers' feedback.
Speaking of feedback, Elon Musk said that he's going to be focusing on advancing Tesla Service. This was a response to some feedback he'd received on Twitter when a Tesla owner shared that Tesla suddenly changed their appointment time. The issue is that Tesla charges customers $100 for changing appointments within 24 hours. Elon Musk said that this "should be reciprocal."
Tesla is also planning to fight back against the labor board's odd ruling that it's in violation of employees' rights by making them wear work uniforms. The issue is that Tesla doesn't allow pro-union merch and the labor board seems to have a problem with that.
In China, Tesla posted its second highest monthly sales to date last month. Tesla sold 76,965 made-in-China vehicles according to the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).
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