EV mechanic Carl Medlock found a niche fixing Teslas


There’s an opportunity for entrepreneurs in the electric vehicle market. Electric vehicles are sweeping the auto industry, and while all the attention is directed at flashy car unveilings and automakers’ strategic plans to compete in an electric future, one crucial piece has largely been left out of the limelight  — service. Tesla, the largest electric car maker, has famously struggled with servicing its growing fleet. And with demand for battery-electric cars skyrocketing, it may not be alone.

One entrepreneur recognized the opportunity and moved to capitalize off the demand. Meet Carl Medlock of Medlock & Sons in Seattle. Previously a territory manager for Tesla, from 2009 to 2013,…


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