Tesla has made a number of changes recently that show they are working towards a future of car sharing and autonomous ride hailing. Adding to the list is another recent change to how owners can access and view their Supercharger history.
Discovered by Ryan Levenson from The Kilowatts, Tesla has updated the account history page for owners in two significant ways.
The first is for owners with multiple vehicles on their account. There is now a filtering option allowing you to view Supercharger sessions and the fees associated for one or more vehicles.
This is particularly useful for those who rent Tesla vehicles on a car sharing platform like Turo. You can now easily know which sessions were charged to which vehicle on particular dates.
The other change is that you can download your Supercharger history by month to a spreadsheet in .csv format. This again can allow for easier accounting if you use your vehicle for business purposes.
Since we don’t use Superchargers much with our vehicle, the option to download statements to a CSV file appears on page 2. Since The Kilowatts rents out their cars and customers use Superchargers often, Levenson tells Drive Tesla this appears on page 21, the last page in his account.
Tesla also made another smaller update to the account history page. You can now see how many Supercharger credits you have remaining, how many credits were used, and how much (if any) idle fees were accrued on each charging session.
Earlier today we told you about another change coming (hopefully) soon that would make a car sharing or ride hailing future easier. Spotted by hacker @greentheonly, Tesla appears to be preparing to introduce cloud-based driver profiles and settings that follow you to any Tesla vehicle you get in to.
We just discovered @Tesla enabled filtering for Supercharging receipts!!
Stay with me because while this might seem minor at first but is actually a really big deal in context… pic.twitter.com/I0RtcKe0b7
— The Kilowatts 🚗⚡️ (@klwtts) February 24, 2021