Superchargers are placed in all kinds of places. On my trips ... they are at Casino, Outlet Mall, a Gas station with a restaurant, a very nice strip mall with restaurants in a mountain place, a middle of nowhere, a hotel (with a closed restaurant), an office area that has everything closed off hours, etc.....Not an owner yet but I’m curious about the superchargers do you just sit there and wait or is there typically some sort of distraction like stripmall and or restaurant
Hardly any in the US. There are not a lot pull through chargers. If you were in Europe (Norway I've noticed in particular) where they pull trailers a lot more, they are everywhere.How many chargers will be able to charge the cyber truck with a trailer attached. I'm currently towing my trailer from Fl to Ky. It is 24 feet long stem to stern. Total length is 44 feet I've seen older and newer trucks tow small trailers and long large trailers. I don't know of too many people that would down jack a 25 to 40 foot trailer every time they have to charge. You may not even be able to leave your trailer in a lot to go to charge. The Cybertruck will be 20 feet long even with a 30 foot trailer you are at 50 feet long. Tesla needs to start building large pull through chargers. Instead of these chargers in small parking lots. If you can't charge it without down jacking a trailer it is going to turn alot of people off. I saw an old Ford pickup on I75 yesterday towing a large trailer like the one in the picture it just had 2 axles through Atlanta. I saw this same truck and trailer on I 75 near Ocala in the evening. I wonder what the range will be in 8 to 10 years with the cybertruck since the older ones will be cheaper. I would like a used Cybertruck in the 25,000 to 30,000 dollar range. When they are that old will they be able to still tow long distance without spending 15 to 20 thousand dollars for a new battery
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I don't know trucks, but the difference is that one has four wheels and the other has six? That did make a difference on my Sprinters, going to six wheels even though they didn't make the vehicle wider, which means I can park with part of my RV hanging over the sidewalk.I feel safer towing with a 3/4 ton than a half ton.