A senior editor from Autoweek currently has a Tesla Model S for reviewing purposes. The problem is that he can't drive it, because it refuses to release the charging cable. He also can't just tuck the other end of the cable in the trunk and drive off in the thing, because it won't move when plugged in. He has contacted Tesla, but received no response yet, so he turned to Twitter for help:

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