Various media is reporting a Model X managing to occupy three supercharger stalls, e.g. Tesla Model X Driver's Supercharger Skills Spark Outrage, Reveal a Problem I am curious: In at least some jurisdictions, the parking stalls that are part of the public roads are governed by the traffic laws, i.e. you are liable to get a parking ticket for parking across the white lines. If traffic laws do not apply, I guess it is safe to assume that the supercharger stalls are private property of Tesla Motors. In that case, I guess any supercharging enabled car would have an owner who has agreed to Tesla's ToS (which I hope would stipulate that one cannot park across their divider lines) - and any non-supercharging enabled car would be trespassing. So apart from the etiquette qeustion, what actual rules (traffic law or via a contract with Tesla) governs the use of Supercharger stalls?