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Tesla Offers Free Holiday Supercharging in California

As holiday travel kicks off for the year, Tesla is hoping to relieve some congestion at its charging stations by offering free Supercharging rates during off-peak hours.

In a post on its website, Tesla urges customers to “avoid the rush this Thanksgiving holiday” and charge for free during off‑peak hours at Superchargers along select California travel routes.

The offer will be available before 10 a.m. and after 7 p.m on Wednesday, November 24 through Sunday, November 28.

Below are the California stations where free Supercharging will be available.

Locations:

  • Arroyo Grande, CA – W Branch Rd
  • Atascadero, CA
  • Baker, CA
  • Bakersfield, CA – Copus Road
  • Bakersfield, CA – I-5
  • Barstow, CA
  • Buellton, CA
  • Buttonwillow, CA
  • Clovis, CA
  • Corning, CA
  • Firebaugh, CA
  • Fresno, CA
  • Fresno, CA – North Blackstone Avenue
  • Fresno, CA – North Riverside Drive
  • Greenfield, CA
  • Gustine, CA
  • Harris Ranch
  • Hesperia, CA
  • Kettleman City, CA
  • Kettleman City, CA – Bernard Drive
  • Merced, CA – Martin Luther King Junior Way
  • Mojave, CA
  • Mount Shasta, CA – 111 Morgan Way
  • Mount Shasta, CA – 134 Morgan Way
  • Paso Robles, CA – Golden Hill Road
  • Pismo Beach
  • Primm, NV
  • Red Bluff, CA – Belle Mill Road
  • Salinas, CA
  • San Luis Obispo, CA – 3897 S Higuera St
  • San Luis Obispo, CA – Los Osos Valley Road
  • San Luis Obispo, CA – Madonna Inn
  • Soledad, CA – 100 Front St
  • Tejon Ranch, CA
  • Tejon Ranch, CA – Outlets at Tejon Pkwy
  • Traver, CA
  • Williams, CA – 6th Street
  • Yermo, CA
  • Yreka, CA

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Depends. The biggest tax in many people's lives, property taxes, are relatively low. And largely fixed at the time of purchase at 1.125% with only 2% increase in the property tax amount is allowed. So as you age and go to a fixed income It is not unusual to see people paying $2,000/year in property taxes on homes with a market value of $2-3 Million. One of my brothers does this with the home I was raised in thanks to Prop 13. This makes it a good place to retire in place.

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