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Tesla removes last reason to go to gas station (squeegee), working to offer car wash...

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    If you own an all-electric vehicle, you are probably happy to have cut visits to the gas station out of your weekly routine, but there’s one thing other than refueling that gas stations are useful for – cleaning your windshield and windows. I haven’t seen many charging stations equipped with a squeegee.

    Although not exactly a squeegee, Tesla is now looking into a fix to keep its growing fleet of vehicles clean by introducing a new car wash service for Tesla owners. A pilot project is already underway in Fremont. more…

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    The Centralia WA supercharger has a very kind local neighbor that has provided a bucket of water and squeegee since it opened 3 years ago.
     
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    Yup... Saw that this past trip...
     
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    I usually don't "wash" my car unless it is dirty, unlike the one in the video. I would be worried about scratches from moving abrasive particle around with the cloth. Most road "dirt" is inorganic, as in silicone form sand and concrete particles. These will definitely leave scratches.
     
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