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Breaking! Tesla Doubling Its Supercharging & Destination Charging Locations In California

February 28th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

The Tesla Model 3 is selling like gangbusters, quickly ramping up production and sales from next to nothing to churning out 5,000 vehicles per week* by the end of 2018. That flood of new Teslas is starting to put a strain on Tesla's Supercharging network and has owners looking for solutions to their charging woes. *This statement has not been approved by the


8 Keys To Eliminating EV Range Anxiety On Long Road Trips (Part 3)

September 29th, 2018 | by Loren McDonald

Road trips are a make or break factor for mass adoption of electric vehicles in the US. Unlike much of Europe and many other parts of the world, the US does not have a train system that connects most cities in the country (Amtrak in the Northeast being an exception). As such, most Americans either fly or rely on their cars when they go on vacation to Disneyland or Disney World, to visit relatives a few states away, or to take their child to college hundreds of miles away


Tesla Supercharger Shrinks To Suit Needs Of City Drivers

September 11th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

Charging infrastructure for urban areas is a problem. With open land at a premium in congested cities, finding room to install chargers can be a challenge. Tesla is aware of the issue and, as usual, is being proactive in its response. On September 11, Tesla posted on its blog that it has developed a new compact Tesla Supercharger specifically for use in cities


Driving A Tesla Model S To The Polish Boonies

July 6th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

As you've probably read, a handful of guys and I recently got a Tesla Model S 85D for an intercity European Tesla Shuttle service we're launching based out of Wroclaw, Poland. This last weekend, I rented the Tesla myself (but with no personal driver, unfortunately) to pick my family up from my in-laws' "summer house" (lake house in the middle of nowhere). This place is really off the beaten track, in what I think we'd call "the boonies" in the United States



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