Electric-car maker Tesla has reversed a decision to drastically increase prices for its charging stations, following a backlash from customers.
Owners had complained the price rise - estimated to be around 30% - would mean electric cars risked becoming far less competitive than petrol ones.
The planned price rises will now be reduced by an average of 10% globally. Tesla said it had listened to drivers and taken their feedback seriously.
Initially Tesla users were allowed to use its network of charging stations - called Superchargers - for free. That changed to a model that offered some free credits but since November 2018, all new Tesla vehicles have had to pay per use, unless they were bought with a referral code which came with six months of free use of Supercharging stations.
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