After growing over 75-percent the past two years, space is becoming a premium at Tesla. Not space as in Space-X, but something much more terrestrial — parking. Parking at Tesla HQ is mostly covered. Uniformed personnel direct traffic, park cars, and mostly ensure calm prevails rather than allowing the parking situation to devolve into a Silicon Valley Mad Max sequel. Just 30 miles away, at Tesla’s Freemont factory, employees are experiencing something else entirely. There, 6,000 employees compete for 4,500 parking spots. It’s a problem, and one forces clever workarounds. Some employees work out barter deals with employees on opposite shifts. Others arrive…

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