I recently ordered a Tesla (100D) – expecting delivery in mid to late August. Unfortunately, I do not have power where I will be parking the car. Nearest 110V outlet is 250’ away. In a typical week I expect to drive 150-200 miles. There happens to be a supercharger about 1-mile from my house so I will likely be able to fill up 1x per week on the weekend, but I am worried about the long-term effect on the battery (high powered DC charging cycles). I plan on holding on to the car for the long term (10-15 years). I am trying to decide whether it would be better to use the supercharger from a time convenience perspective, or if I would be better off paying for electricity at a not-quite-so-high-power independent charging station to prolong the life of my battery. The consensus seems like the best option to prolong the life of the battery is daily charging at home using a HPWC – but that is not an option for me. I want to do what is necessary to make my battery last 10-15 years. I’m also worried about Tesla throttling the available power at superchargers after repeated supercharging sessions. Does anybody know how many supercharging sessions you need before they restrict power? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!