I took the plunge and purchased a Telsa 3 this week. My current living situation is such that I rent a basement unit of a townhouse in Capitol Hill, and of course house does not have a garage or any associated parking space. I've lived there for 10 years, and park on the street every night. Currently, I work on the Hill and so walk to work nearly every day, and don't need to worry much about driving, but eventually I'll start working up on Maryland again near the end of the year, and so will begin driving about 40 miles every day. I'm trying to brainstorm ways to charge my car so that I don't ever have to worry about being stranded somewhere with no charge. The obvious choices for me, at the moment, include the public parking lots of the Whole Foods on H St, the Trader Joes in Eastern Market, and, much less convenient, the Canal Park chargers at 200 L St SE. But charging at any of these locations is relatively slow, the two connected to grocery stores are basically limited to 90 minutes, and at the moment it seems like a much better use of my time to drive out to the National Harbor and use the Tesla Superchargers there. A few questions: * Am I missing any public EV charging options on the Hill? * Have any other Tesla 3 owners come up with unique ways to home charge their car for people in similar situations? * I've heard about a network of vehicles that will drive around and charge EVs at night for paying customers in Asia. Does any such service exist here in the US? * I've read that there are Superchargers coming to the Hill by the end of 2018. Does anyone know where these might be located?