A long way from home, far from Superchargers, off the beaten track, away from or maybe en route to destination chargers, charging can be slow & confusing. We all want to get back on the road as quickly as possible. With regular 10A or even 15A power outlets - at 8 km/h or even 12 km/h or so charge rate - it’s going to take 24 hours or longer. That’s just not practical en route. No problem if you’re hanging around for at least a few days but if you’re on you way somewhere, you need charge rates that only 3 phase can supply. Fortunately there are many 3 phase options all around the country at showgrounds, marinas, caravan parks and businesses. So what do you need? What are the charge rates? How much does it cost? Who do I pay? All questions that may not be obvious to everyone. Plugshare has a lot of these answers but not all. For those new to the world of remote area Tesla charging options, hopefully some answers will follow. Myself, I’m not new to remote area charging but I’m still confused by some charge rates with the single charger & updated models so maybe I can be set straight too. 1. Classic Model S & single charger or Updated Model S/X & 11kW on-board charger - Maximum 11kW or around 50 km/h or so charge rate with 3 phase 32A outlet. Required 3 phase 32A connector (available from EVnomics), Tesla Euro tail adapter (available from Tesla) & supplied UMC (Universal Mobile Connector). If all there is available is a 3 phase 20A outlet, you’ll need a 3 phase 20A connector (EVnomics) to connect instead of the 32A version. I’ve only seen this at one place so far (Gin Gin Showgrounds) but was so thankful I had the 20A connector. 2. Classic Model S & dual chargers - Maximum 22kW or around 106 km/h charge rate from 3 phase 32A with an EVSE like the Juice Booster 2 (EVnomics). Maximum 13.75kW or around 62 km/h charge rate from 3 phase 20A with an EVSE. 3. Updated Model S/X & 16.5kW on-board charger - Maximum 16.5kW or around 80 km/h charge rate with 3 phase 32A outlet & EVSE. Has anyone been on a road trip with the Juice Booster 2 yet? I’d like to read opinions. It looks like a seriously well engineered device.