- Former and current employees of Tesla have opened up about characteristics of the company and the cars
- Together, they have listed six characteristics they believe clients of the company should know once they purchase a car
- It is however yet to be confirmed if the company has reacted to the responses given by the former and present staff
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Some Tesla employees have opened up about six features of cars produced that buyers may be ignorant of.
The workers revealed that Tesla cars have unique features in terms of production quality, regenerative braking, and durability.
Those interviewed, numbering five, who are both present and former workers, opened up to Business Insider.
According to them, one cardinal feature present in Tesla cars is durability. A former salesperson stated that "Teslas are made to last a long time."
Another characteristic of Tesla cars is their ability to teach users about how to use the car. A current salesperson noted that there are tutorials available to educate users.
Again, Tesla’s website has accurate information to assist a potential user conduct research before they take delivery of the car.
A fourth advantage has to do with the delivery timelines on Tesla’s website. A former salesperson revealed that Tesla’s cars are always ready whenever the company says they will be ready.
There is an urgent need to turn off regenerative braking once a week, a former service manager revealed. The reason, it is believed, is because using the brakes cleans them and extends their longevity.
Finally, a former salesperson has stated that the fit and finish and the quality of the materials in a Tesla vehicle aren't always great.
In other news, the 2019 Corruption Perception Index released by Transparency International has listed Ghana as one of the corrupt countries in Africa in the year 2019.
With a score of 41 out of 100, the country was named along with South Africa, Senegal, Seychelles and others.
The chart shows Seychelles topping the table with a score of 66 percent, Botswana following with 61 percent, Cabo Verde coming third with 58 percent and Rwanda placing fourth with 53 percent.
Namibia and Mauritius were tied at the fifth position with 52 percent, Sao Tome and Principe came seventh with 46 percent and Senegal was placed eighth with 45 percent.
Per a report by qz.com, South Africa and Ghana completed the top 10 list with 44 and 41 percent respectively.
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