One easy thing that Tesla owners can do as they go about their daily business, it to make a point of visiting and at least briefly charging from any public charging stations that are relatively close to where they live and work. If these stations are connected to a business, you should try to give them some business, and make a point of letting them know that you appreciate the fact that they have made charging available to the public. If they are interested, you can even show them how they show up in Recargo and PlugShare on your phone. It is also pretty easy to check-in or report on your experience with applications like Recargo, PlugShare, etc. If you run into any charging locations that are not on Recargo or PlugShare, take a moment to add them. One thing I am trying to do is to visit the ten nearest stations (to my house) that show up in Recargo over the next few weeks, charging at each one, and checking in. I think it is important to show some usage and interest in the EV charging infrastructure as it starts to develop. Even though you may do the vast majority of charging at home, exercising and confirming the EV charging infrastructure is doing a public service for other EV owners.