From Bloomberg: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...axi-uber-drivers-not-to-use-its-superchargers From Tesla: https://www.tesla.com/about/legal?#supercharger-fair-use Starting tomorrow, Tesla will not be allowing newly purchased (new or used) Teslas that will be used as Taxis (Ubers, Lyft, etc) to use Superchargers. Also included are delivery cars and government vehicles (a few police departments globally use Teslas). I understand the need to keep SC open for others but I can't really see how Teslas used for these high mileage purposes could possibly charge on a Level 2 charger and still drive the miles that they do. Perhaps if Tesla changed their policy to billing professional drivers a fee instead of banning them from SC? edit: clarified that Teslas purchased after 12/15/17 are affected.