I'm pondering whether I should add a second charger or not. Living on the TCH Supercharger corridor as I do, I've learned that I'm relatively spoiled, especially compared to those of you in Alberta and points east - until you get into the SE Ontario/SW Quebec region. The future build out doesn't look good for the jump from Calgary east either, according to Tesla's mapping. And north? Nothing. When I spent a bit of time in Alberta a few weeks ago, I made use of the Peavey Mart SCH units. My single charger was certainly a bottleneck. However, it became clear to me that full 80 amp charge stations are few and far between. The SCH units I saw seemed to be in the 60 amp range. So a second charger would help me, but without typical availability of the full 80 amps, it obviously wouldn't let me get on my way in half the time very often. So it becomes a question of balancing the extra cost of a second charger with the value of the variable reduction in charging time. When I ordered my car, the second charger was no longer a factory-installed option. I likely would have added it, had the option been there. So now I'm looking at the Supercharger plans and wondering whether it will ever get big enough to make Level 2 charging an infrequently-used failsafe solution... and I believe we will be relying on an expanded network of Level 2 for the foreseeable future, at least until more non-Tesla DC fast charge facilities are constructed! I've about convinced myself that the second charger will be worth the bucks - at least in Canada. So my question... those of you who are stuck to rely on Level 2 charging... how often do you find charge stations that would allow you to make use of a second charger?