Answer only if you’ve owned your Tesla for 6 months or longer (all units in miles). Include informal charging from hotel wall-sockets and RV Parks' NEMA 14-50s — basically anything other than the Superchargers, and not in your house. For this question, please also exclude your main business address -- but count charging at business visits that are not your main office. In other words, I'm interested in the very occasional charges people make away from their daily routine. In my first year of ownership, I’ve made about 30 visits to non-superchargers, to get about 1200 miles added to help me on my journeys. At least 5-6 visits were aborted charges because: a) charger wasn’t working; or b) charger wasn’t close to Tesla’s ‘up to’ numbers. I have never been ICEd out of a charging slot - though I did have to wait once, for an incumbent EV to vacate. If I were to estimate how many miles my trips were shortened by relying on the Destination Chargers, I would say I would have needed to drive another 800 miles to ‘tag up’ to Superchargers, had I not used these other chargers. So, if I think the car depreciates at $1/mi, then the informal alternative networks have saved me $800. In the discussion, indicate if you think that you will be relying more or less on these other chargers (including the Tesla Wall Connectors) more heavily in the future, or if you think that the growth of the Supercharger network (as well as the 72kW Urban Chargers) will make your use of the alternatives diminish.