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New Oregon Superchargers (2018)

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by ilovemycoffee, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. ilovemycoffee

    ilovemycoffee MS 85D HW1 Late 2015

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    The updated map shows several new locations in addition to the 2017 map:

    I see:

    4 locations in Portland
    Tigard
    Salem
    Roseburg
    Newport
    Madras
    Hood River
    Boardman
    Ontario

    Additional chargers at:

    Woodburn
    Springfield

    Looks like they took off the Grants Pass expansion

    (Please correct me if I miss one)
     
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  2. RLC3

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    Removed Grant's Pass? That one has been pretty busy a couple times I've been there. Like full busy.
     
  3. ilovemycoffee

    ilovemycoffee MS 85D HW1 Late 2015

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    I know! I don't see a grey marker like Woodburn or Springfield does.

    Looks like Burns will have to wait another year for their Supercharger :). My wife will be happy with the Salem site, she has to be there every month.

    I'm a little surprised at the Newport site, since it's so close to Lincoln City. On the other had, more Superchargers, the better.

    Link to Tesla Oregon map: Find Us | Tesla
     
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  4. Rocky_H

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    I wouldn't be using a smiley face for that. I'm still a little surprised that they are putting in so much redundancy while still leaving two regularly used routes in this area not connected. Highway 20 through Burns and highway 95 to Winnemucca need one each. And with them continuing the trend toward lower and lower onboard AC chargers in the car, it is clear that they want people to rely on Superchargers more than on high amp AC charging along these kinds of routes that are too far for one charge. Well, OK then, but you have to build it, Tesla.
     
  5. goneskiian

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    I would also add, even though it's not in Oregon, Susanville CA, since it would really open up the Reno to Klamath Falls route.
     
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  6. Rocky_H

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    Yep, part of the same large triangular hole.
     
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  7. pdxrajiv

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    I charged twice at Grants Pass this week and noticed utility locator marks all around the pedestals and the chargers enclosure. I presumed this was related to an expansion.
     
  8. ilovemycoffee

    ilovemycoffee MS 85D HW1 Late 2015

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    Excellent! I hope it was an oversight by map guys at Tesla.
     
  9. Fresh Start Detail

    Fresh Start Detail Local Vendor - Northwest

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    It's cool seeing Tesla's further and further into the bush. Was in Clarkston and Pullman last weekend and counted four, including one Model X.
     

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