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Temperatures dipped into the single digits in the Atlanta area overnight. Tesla drivers in Atlanta’s surrounding suburbs say they can’t start their cars due to the freezing cold.

Tesla owners took to Twitter/X to appeal to Elon Musk for a solution.

Similar problems were also reported in Chicago. Tesla owners abandoned their cars that failed to charge due to sub-zero temperatures.

One Tesla owner said he saw at least 10 Teslas being towed after their batteries seized up and died.

“We got a bunch of dead robots out here,” one man told Fox 32 Chicago at a Supercharger station in Oakbrook, Illinois.

The Supercharger station was lined with dead Teslas.

Kevin Sumrak told Fox Chicago that he found his Tesla dead when he landed at Chicago O’Hare International Airport on Sunday.

But dead batteries aren’t the only problems facing Tesla owners in frigid temperatures. Tesla Supercharger stations also stopped working in the freezing cold.

An arctic air blast from Canada is inflicting chaos on electric vehicles.

Some Tesla owners have home chargers in unheated garages that won’t charge.

It’s a well-known fact that extreme cold can affect car batteries whether they’re gas powered or electric.