Tesla Cybertruck Vandalized Florida Parking Lot
Someone isn’t happy with Elon Musk, as a parking lot filled with dozens of Tesla Cybertruck vehicles waiting for delivery was vandalized with profane graffiti. Unfortunately, this Fort Lauderdale parking lot did not have tight enough security, or at least 24-hour monitoring with a physical presence.

We know that the stainless steel exterior of Cybertruck is more resistant to dents and dings than most other vehicles, but the panels do not have a clear coat on the surface. In other words, any scratches that appear are in the stainless steel panels themselves, which could mean they need to be replaced altogether. As for graffiti, you can typically use any solvent, such as paint thinner, turpentine, acetone, or WD-40, to clean the paint off.
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