PHOTOS SHOWED TESLA SUPERCHARGER STATIONS FACED LONG LINES DURING HOLIDAY TRAVEL, REVEALING A BIG HURDLE FOR EV MAKERS (TSLA)

YouTube/StevenMConroy As electric vehicles become more common, access to charging stations can increasingly result in long lines. Tesla owners posted videos and photos of long lines and broken chargers at Tesla Supercharger stations on social media around Thanksgiving. These complaints indicate that Tesla and other electric vehicle manufacturers will have to build more charging stations, and convince customers that they're reliably available...

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