I'm going to try very, very hard not to make this a crazy anti-Tesla rant but, what the heck am I doing wrong here??? 11255 Air Park Road, Ashland, VA 23005 Two Schneider Level 2 charging pedestals toward the far end of the building. The RFID card reader has been disabled and no card is required, free. DOESN'T WORK Target 2905 District Avenue #400, Fairfax, VA 22031, United States DOESN'T WORK Halstead Square 2750 Gallows Road Vienna, VA 22180 DOESN'T WORK Is there a "Works / Doesn't Work" toggle somewhere buried deep within one of the VDS charging screens? I'm trying to plan a trip to Raleigh, NC (from Washington DC) and I don't see how I can do it. Not when 3 out of 4 chargers DO NOT WORK. I'd like to stay at one of the Raleigh hotels that offer destination charging but, considering the odds, there's a 75% chance that, when I get there, their charger won't work on my car!! How do I plan a trip like this? I'm all for "have a backup plan" but, I'm gonna need FOUR backup plans at this rate. I just finished a drive down to Richmond (to the "Air Park Road" location). It's a very nice spot, easy to get to and, with the exception of the fact that I CAN'T CHARGE MY FREAKIN' CAR USING THE STUPID CHARGERS, it's without fault. Car didn't give an error message. Charger didn't give an error message. It just...didn't work. Plugged in the CAN Jr. adapter, plugged the charger into the CAN, charging port light turned blue, charging port light started blinking blue, charging port light turned white. VDS says "Charging Stopped". Thank you, have a nice day. I tried both chargers (3 times each). I've successfully used Mr. Sharp's CAN Jr. at a Whole Foods in Annapolis (my ONE successful J1772 charge) so, the adapter is good. So, I guess my questions are... Is it possible I'm doing something wrong (I don't see how - it's pretty-much idiot proof, and I feel pretty-much like an idiot)? If I bought the genuine OEM Tesla J1772 adapter cable, would that increase my odds of getting these stations to work with my car? I know it's expensive and bulky but, the CAN Jr. adapter is only convenient if it works. How do people do this? I'm not in southern California where, if you can't get a charging station to work, you just drive to another one. I planned this trip today VERY carefully. I knew there was a better-than-even chance that it wouldn't work, and I'd have to drive there...and back...on one charge. I made it, but not with a ton of room to spare. If you were driving on I-95 north today, and you saw some idiot driving 60 MPH in a 70 zone, looking (and feeling) like a tool...that was me. 2011 Roadster 2.5, latest firmware (as far as I can ascertain).