Submitted by vpaquet on Sun, 2019-06-09 08:47
We were at 48 miles of range yesterday when we parked the car at the mall. Minutes later, I received a notification of low range and the range was at 0.
We had to have the car towed to nearest supercharger a mile away.
From the get go, the supercharger recharge rate was unusually low (37m/hour) , so we switched to another one, but same thing. Worse, the charge rate kept declining until it was down to one mile per hour. We decided to leave the car supercharge overnight so we could at least drive it to the nearest service center in Miramar this morning.
Two hours later, i received a charging complete notification with the car at 37 miles of range.
An hour later, the range was down to 20 miles, even though the car was still plugged in to the supercharger and hadn't moved.
This morning, I can't access the car through the app, so I suspect it's completely discharged.
I'm planning to call AAA so they can tow the car to the Service Center, but before I do that, I'm curious: assuming the car is fully discharged, will we be able to:
- open the car
- unplug it from the supercharger
- put it in Drive mode
- will it roll on to the tow truck
or do we need special arrangements?
Let me know if you've ever been in that situation.