Sometimes you have to go all the way.
A Long-Range Tesla Model 3 with a mere 11,079 miles on the odometer should still enjoy its full 310-mile range. But, if you only charge it to between 50 and 70 percent for an extended period, you may see a huge drop in that figure. Luckily, this is both reversible and avoidable. The video above explains the whys and hows of this phenomena, but we’ll give you a quick summary.
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