It is possible I'm ignorant in this space, but my understanding is that wheel size will absolutely affect your maximum driving range, and these days the vehicles have options you can set in them to tell it the wheel size. Supposedly this adjusts your maximum range based on which size you input.
Because TeslaFi doesn't 'care' what wheel size you have or make fleet averages/calculations based on this wheel size, it would appear that your battery degradation is much worse than the average just because perhaps most users have smaller wheels and their averages are being calculated differently.
So being able to determine if your car has bigger or smaller wheels would let you filter cars with only the same wheel size as yours, giving you more accurate degradation numbers compared with cars that are actually similar.
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