Tesla is a game-changer in the electric vehicle world, and it’s not just because of its sleek look and performance. The company has created an ecosystem that other car manufacturers can only dream of having. Tesla owners can charge their cars at any supercharger station or use their mobile app to find the nearest one.
Tesla charging stations are designed to power up your car and give you a chance to stretch your legs. Whether you’re taking a road trip, getting home from work, or just running errands around town, our charging stations will help you get there faster than ever before.
Our charging stations are available in different flavors that cater to all types of Tesla owners. Whether you’re looking for a quick top-off or need a full charge, we’ve got what you need. Our Tesla charging stations come in three different varieties:
Portable – These portable charging stations can be taken anywhere. They’re perfect for those who don’t want to be tied down by an outlet and want the freedom to charge their car while they’re on the go.
Home – Our home charging stations are ideal for those who want to keep their cars charged at all times without having to worry about leaving them plugged in overnight at home or work. They’re easy to use and require only minimal maintenance.
Commercial – Our commercial charging stations are perfect for businesses who want to offer customers free charging at their establishment with minimal effort on their part, just plug in.
How many miles can you drive on one charge?
Tesla’s electric cars are known for their long-range and high performance. This makes them perfect for long drives, but what if you want to take your Tesla out on a road trip? How far can you actually drive on one charge? This depends on the model of the car:
- Tesla Model S and X have a range of 335 miles (537 km) per charge.
- Tesla Model 3 has a range of 240-310 miles (386-499 km) per charge.
- The Roadster has a range of 620 miles (1,000 km). It’s also the first production electric vehicle to break the sound barrier in an acceleration test back in 2010.
- The Semi is designed with an 800-mile (1,287 km) range in mind so it could travel anywhere within its delivery zone without needing to refuel before returning home again
- Superchargers are the fastest charging stations
- They can charge a Tesla in about 30 minutes
- They are located along major highways
- They are free for Tesla owners, who receive free credits per year (about 1,000 miles worth of charges). As long as you have enough credits, you can continue to use them at no cost. If you run out of credits, it will cost $20 to recharge your battery.
You can charge your Tesla at home by connecting it to a 240V outlet. It takes about an hour to charge your car, depending on the size of your battery and whether or not you have a level 2 charging station. A level 2 charger will get you through about 80 miles of range in 30 minutes, but that depends on the speed of your cable connection.
Tesla recommends charging at home overnight to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates. If you charge during peak hours, it can cost up to three times as much.
Free Unlimited Supercharging
Free unlimited Supercharging is only available to owners of the Tesla Model S and X. This free charging access is applicable to Teslas purchased after January 15, 2017 (and before January 15, 2018) that were made in North America and delivered as new vehicles. It also applies to Teslas sold through Tesla’s referral program prior to January 15, 2017; however, those vehicles must be picked up by their new owners at a service center in order for them to receive free unlimited Supercharging.
For example: If you bought your car on December 31st, 2016, and took delivery of it on January 3rd, 2017, then you would qualify for this perk because it was purchased after 1/15/17 but before 1/15/18.
Destination Charging Partners
You can find out about all the partners on the Tesla website, but here are a few highlights:
- If you’re in a hotel that offers it, you can get free charging at select hotels around the world.
- At many airports, you can use an app to find out where there are charging stations and how much they cost (in some cases).
- There are also plenty of other locations with free or low-cost charging stations.
There are many places in the U.S. that offer to charge for Tesla cars.
There are many places in the U.S. that offer to charge for Tesla cars. You can look up charging stations on the Tesla website, or check out PlugShare, which lists them by state and city. There are also Tesla-specific charging stations that you can use if you have a Supercharger card or destination charger keyfob (those cards come with your car).
On May 31, 2018, Tesla began construction on a charging station in the parking lot of the Center for Sustainable Energy.
The station will be in the parking lot of the Center for Sustainable Energy on North Mesa Street. The center is a state-run organization that promotes renewable energy, and Tesla does not have any other charging stations in Texas that are operated by a government agency. There will be 12 vehicle charging stations at this location, which will allow drivers to charge their cars for free. Drivers can park their vehicles at the station and leave them there while they work or shop in downtown El Paso, and then come back when they’re ready to drive away again (or just let someone else use it).
It will be located on the east side of our building, between the parking garage and the University Ave. bike lane.
The charging station will be located on the east side of our building, between the parking garage and the University Ave. bike lane. It’s accessible by public transportation: The nearest bus stop is on University Ave., just south of its intersection with Cowper St. The nearest light rail station is one block west at Stadium Village Station.
The charging station will have eight charging stations available for public use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (except for maintenance). There will also be an attendant on-site during peak hours to answer questions and help users unfamiliar with electric vehicles transition from gasoline-powered vehicles to electric ones.
The project is being managed by Tesla and will include three 120V outlets and one level 1 charger, which is compatible with all EVs.
The project is being managed by Tesla and will include three 120V outlets and one level 1 charger, which is compatible with all EVs. The outlets will be available for use 24 hours a day, seven days a week; charging time varies depending on the vehicle.
Tesla’s Superchargers are much faster than most public chargers, so if you have a Model X or Model S, this might not be the best option for a quick charge. However, if you need to top up for an hour or so before heading off on your journey again, this should do just fine.
The charging stations will be available to the public.
In addition to the free charging stations, Tesla will partner with local businesses to provide charging for their customers. This is a win-win for small businesses that often struggle to find space for EV parking at their locations. By partnering with Tesla, these businesses can provide EV charging services and help promote their eco-friendly image as a result.
Details on the new location will be included in Tesla’s map of local charging locations when it becomes operational.
The new location will be accessible to Tesla drivers and will not be managed, maintained, or owned by the automaker. The new location will be added to Tesla’s map of local charging locations when it becomes operational.
Tesla has been developing its own Supercharger network since 2012, with the goal of providing charging stations for drivers who can’t access their home charging stations. However, it’s important to note that many third-party companies have been working on their own networks of fast-charging stations in big cities across North America, including ChargePoint and EVgo so you might find some spots available even if you don’t own a Tesla vehicle.
You can use your Tesla to charge at home or at the office. You can also find charging stations on the go, which are especially useful if you need to make a quick stop while driving somewhere else.
The Model S and X have options for different battery sizes that affect range and performance; they also have different prices based on these features. The Model 3 only comes in one size with no option for customization other than colors. All three models offer similar charging speeds because of their connection to superchargers and destination chargers with 240V outlets that allow for up to 50 miles per hour of charging time per hour spent charging (about 1-3 hours depending on the model).
Tesla has been leading the charge in electric vehicle technology, but they still have a long way to go. The charging stations that they have set up are not as widespread as gas stations and require more time to charge your car.
Charging At Tesla
When it comes to charging at Tesla, you have three options: Supercharger stations, Destination Charging locations, and the Tesla Wall Connector.
- The Supercharger is a charge station that lets you charge your vehicle at no cost. It’s ideal for long-distance travel because it charges your car extremely quickly (up to 170 miles of range per hour). However, some cities have limited access to these stations due to congestion concerns or accessibility issues. They also require an additional fee if you exceed the free time allowed by Tesla’s mobile app.
How Long Does It Take To Charge a Tesla?
If you’re considering a Tesla, it’s important to do your research on the charging times. The Tesla Model 3 takes about 10 hours to charge, while the Tesla Model S takes about 10 hours to charge. And if you have access to a high-output charger and can afford it, your Tesla Model X may take approximately 14 hours to charge.
At the time of this writing, there is no official word on when a solar roof for Tesla vehicles will be made available. However, if you’re considering purchasing a solar roof from Tesla and want to charge your vehicle with solar energy, it’s likely that you’ll have to wait until at least 2019.
It can take 10 to 16 hours to charge a Tesla.
The charging rate depends on the battery pack. For example, a Model S with a 100 kWh battery pack can charge at up to 120 kW using the Supercharger V3 and its liquid-cooled cable (the standard cable is air-cooled).
Charging time depends on the charging station. Tesla’s Supercharger V3 stations can charge at up to 150 kW, which translates into an increase from 1 year and 3 months of daily usage for a Model S 100D, which costs around $95k USD in 2019 terms today, down to just 4 hours’ worth of driving. It also takes about 8 hours to fully charge your vehicle if you’re using level 2 chargers. (The following table shows how much time it takes for each model)
The Tesla charging station is a great option for those who want to drive electric cars and are concerned about the cost of buying gas. They are very expensive but they have a lot of benefits including no emissions, less noise pollution, and lower maintenance costs due to fewer moving parts than traditional vehicles.