Friday, November 18, 2022
General Motors revealed Thursday it's found a new stream of revenue stemming from its dealership arm: fixing Tesla EVs. Speaking at an investor day for the company, President Mark Reuss told analysts and investors GM has fixed over 11,000 of the Tesla-branded electric vehicles since 2021, Barron's reports.
As Barron's points out, Tesla is a fast-growing company that doesn't have nearly the same car-to-service-center ratio as an established automaker like GM. That means there aren't as many official facilities around to service cars. Tesla owners have long harped on the long wait times for service, and it seems some owners are turning to out-of-network parties to get stuff done.
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