Connected things are admirable until they fail on you. Numerous Tesla owners allegedly accomplished this today as they got locked out of the car because the app was allegedly down for maintenance.

Several users took Cheep to pour out their agony. Some of them were logged out of the app and weren’t able to use it to unlock their cars.

Downdetector.com, a website that shows the status of assorted services, had many people advertisement an outage for Tesla over the last couple of hours. According to the website, first outages were appear around 4.30AM ET.

While Tesla’s app helps you unlock the car, you can still use a key card, an option key fob, or the app after defective to affix to the internet. But if you don’t have the key card, and you’re logged out of the app, you have no option but to wait.

Some users are now advertisement that the app is back up. However, there’s no word from Tesla on what caused the outage. We’ve accomplished out to the company, and we’ll update the story if we hear back.

Last year, some users allegedly went off the grid when the app was down.

 

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