sure would be nice if we could see how many supercharger stalls were in use. Maybe display it on the nav map
No problems with charging! I think we've been given a gift from Elon today, my 60 battery charged up to 240 this morning????? Very considerate....THANK YOU Elon!!!!Any FL owners had issues charging up? I've been seeing a lot about gas lines in FL which made me wonder how the supercharger network was holding up, especially after the long lines after the eclipse last month.
Stay safe people.
No problems with charging! I think we've been given a gift from Elon today, my 60 battery charged up to 240 this morning????? Very considerate....THANK YOU Elon!!!!
So far it seems like the network is holding up better than the gas stations. I had an ICE rental for the eclipse and even then i tanked in the middle of the night before so I wouldn't have to deal with lines. Not sure if there were any though.
Florida gas stations without gas:
- West Palm Beach: 42%
- Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 39%
- Fort Myers/Naples: 31%
- Gainesville: 44%
- Tampa/St Pete: 33%
The flaw in your assessment is that here in fla the number of teslas on the road is far less than what you see in your part of the world, the amount of SpCs is adequate for this event.
As long as there is power the SpC units should remain operational.
Ft Myers has been problematic for awhile
The Supercharger network lacks redundancy. If 33% of gas stations in Tapa/St. Pete are down, then 67% are up. On the other hand, in most places, if Tesla looses its supercharger site, then there is good/quick alternative.