As the number of Teslas on the road continues to increase, owners are running into a growing problem. While there are Superchargers located nationwide for them to plug in and quickly charge up, they can quickly get clogged up if one jerk leaves their car parked there for a few hours. Since its cars aren't quite ready to drive themselves away once they've filled up, Tesla is placing the responsibility on the owners. Once a car's battery is full, the owner receives a push notification via the Tesla app. If they don't move the car within five minutes, it will start racking up a $0.40 per minute idle fee (in the US and Canada), billed at their next visit to a service center.