I'm in England, and I really wanted to bring my California Tesla P85 over here by boat. I was notified by someone that the Tesla chargers in the UK are different than the ones North America. Yes, I mean the ones you find at Tesla Superchargers and the ones included with your charging kit. The ones here in Europe (UK, Netherlands, Norway, etc.) have lots more prongs, and are basically 2x bigger than the US ones, which if I can remember correctly, have three prongs on top, and one on the bottom. IMAGE 1 (EUROPEAN PLUG): http://fr.chargemap.com/img/upload/chargepoints/large/tesla-supercharger-regensburg_14974.JPG IMAGE 2 (EUROPEAN PLUG): http://www.danzei.de/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Tesla_Supercharger_Stecker_mit_Knopf.jpg IMAGE 3 (EUROPEAN PLUG): http://insideevs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/125.jpg IMAGE 4 (AMERICAN PLUG): http://d3z1rkrtcvm2b.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Filling.png IMAGE 5 (AMERICAN PLUG): http://michael.palm-motors.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/20120923-142007.jpg I find this quite ridiculous because the electricity being put out by the Superchargers across two continents are exactly the same, yet there seems to be a need to change the plug. Tesla has not been very cooperative in providing me with a solution to charge my car, if I were to bring it overseas. Is this to prevent customers from shipping their cars overseas? Is this to prevent Americans from damaging the European Superchargers? It doesn't quite make sense. Has anyone else had this experience or similar concern?