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Tesla Builds a Dedicated Maintenance Hub for Semi Trucks, as Part of a Bigger Center

Tesla Builds a Dedicated Maintenance Hub for Semi Trucks, as Part of a Bigger Center

Tesla is making a big move in Nevada related to Tesla Semi trucks. The EV maker is preparing to build a nearly 45,000 square foot Collision Center in Reno. This Collision Center is like no other, as it has dedicated areas specifically to repair the Tesla Semi. This is an exciting development for Tesla and the Reno area, as the Tesla Semi is one of the most advanced and innovative electric vehicles on the market.

With Tesla's expertise and the addition of this state-of-the-art Collision Center, the Reno area is sure to be the hub of electric semi-truck repair and maintenance. This is a great indication of the growing presence of Tesla in Nevada, and the commitment they have made to ensure that the Tesla Semi continues to perform optimally.

Tesla's move to create a dedicated location for servicing and repairing Semis is a clear sign that the company is taking the ramp up of Tesla Semi production more seriously. This is great news for those who have invested in the Tesla Semi, as it means that their trucks can receive specialized care and attention, as well as timely repairs.

Furthermore, the location will likely be stocked with the necessary parts, tools, and personnel to ensure that the Tesla Semi is running at peak performance. This is likely to be a major factor in boosting the confidence of Tesla Semi owners, knowing that their trucks are in good hands.

In another Tesla news from today, see 4680 Battery Test bodies found outside the Casting area in Giga Texas.

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Reference: Drive Tesla.