I used it the other day, enter on Clinton St.
I validated at "Noodles and Co" (90min) with dinner, but I couldn't find any official list of validation stores.
I wish there was a Starbucks or something like that.
You should see if you can get a parking spot near a 110V outlet. I have a similar living situation and was able to get such a parking spot. It only adds 3.5 Rated Miles per hour to my Model S (would be a little more for a Model 3 I think), but topping up and adding 30-50 Rated Miles every night makes a big difference.Because of my building restrictions and the sheer cost of installing charging in the garage of my condo, I have to use this Supercharger station as my sole source of charging. For those that have frequented this location, how is the availability? Thanks!
Because of my building restrictions and the sheer cost of installing charging in the garage of my condo, I have to use this Supercharger station as my sole source of charging. For those that have frequented this location, how is the availability? Thanks!
There's vampire drain though even when you don't use it. It would be unusual for an entire parking garage to not have any 110V outlets. I would definitely hunt for those and see if any of them can reasonably be reached by the UMC before contacting property management about switching parking spots.Thanks for all of the suggestions folks! I don't think my garage has a 110v option unfortunately. Luckily, the Maxwell has a lot of shops and/or I can get some studying done in the car while I wait. Also, this is probably important to note in the beginning, I drive very little. I have a 3 year lease (turning it in soon and switching the Model 3) that I only drove 9k miles. I'm guessing I can get away with charging once or twice a month, outside of long road trips.