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Elon Musk says Tesla will speed up opening of service centers

Tesla owner Jeff Tutorials is very active on Twitter, and he’s not shy about speaking his mind, even if it might upset other Tesla fans and owners. He recently took to the platform to voice his concern about wait times for Tesla Service. Tesla CEO Elon Musk didn’t immediately respond, though. he finally replied to Jeff’s message, about five hours later.

Musk thanked Jeff for raising the issue. He also said Tesla would speed up the opening of service centers. We can only assume this was already part of Tesla’s plan since demand for its vehicles is skyrocketing, and the brand is aiming to open two new factories shortly.

Musk also asked Jeff if he had tried the mobile service. Jeff replied

Other owners have also responded that while the mobile service is great, it doesn’t work in all situations. And, there are other complications.

Others agreed with the section on the situation of lenders. We can assume that Musk has probably seen at least some of the other answers, but who knows. He never returned to the party to answer a second time.

We all know Musk loves Twitter. In fact, he often replies and interacts with fans and owners on the platform. However, probably due to his busy schedule, many messages are read, or maybe he just picks and chooses which users or tweets he is willing to respond to.

As a widely followed and socially active CEO, Musk has to be careful what he types. In the past, we’ve certainly seen what can happen when he’s overly optimistic, makes promises he can’t quite keep, or has to go back on his word. For this reason, it’s probably best if the CEO doesn’t answer many questions and requests.

That said, when Musk chooses to retweet something or respond, eyes are on the world. It sets an expectation, complete with a date and a written statement that will never go away.

While Musk has certainly made his share of promises on Twitter that haven’t yet come true, it seems like he’s been a lot more cautious lately. He seems to respond less often, and when he makes a statement or promise, it eventually comes true. There are exceptions, however, like the infamous FSD beta download button.

We can only hope Musk follows suit and ensures that Tesla speeds up the opening of service centers. As the electric carmaker continues to sell record numbers of cars, owners are expected to not have to jump through hoops or be seriously inconvenienced when needed. However, it is important to point out that some states still prohibit Tesla sales and service centers.