Tesla drivers are using two kitchen items to increase charging speeds

One Tesla Model 3 driver reported success with the towel hack on a V3 Supercharger (Image: Getty)
A V2 Supercharger will power a Tesla slower during hot days to maintain stable operation (Image: Getty)

However, this charging hack doesn’t apply to Teslas charging at the newer V3 Supercharger stalls, with the exception of the Cybertruck.

Branden Flasch, a Tesla Model S owner, has reported a minor increase in charging capacity when using a V3 Supercharger stall.

This hack’s re-emergence comes as Tesla’s decision to dismiss its entire Supercharging team raises questions about the future quality of the service.


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