The Barstow California Supercharger has been reported as having been vandalized and it is currently shut down for repairs. Opening date unknown. See Supercharger - Barstow This is an unusual event (but not unprecedented) for the Supercharging network. Tesla needs to implement some kind of owner alert system so that owners are aware of the situation before they get in their car and enter a navigation destination that requires the Barstow Supercharger. For the LA to Las Vegas trip, a very popular route, that Supercharger is essential. If Barstow is not available that means you have to drive 197 miles from Ranch Cucamonga to Primm with a major elevation gain and often headwinds. That's challenging to do in an 85 or 90 and impossible to do in a 60. In situations where a Supercharger location is unavailable, Telsa could send a text and email alert to all owners within several hundred miles (300, 400, whatever) so they are aware of the issue and can make alternate plans if they were planning a trip using that location. The alert should also appear on the center display the first time someone gets into the car after the alert has been issued. Then another alert when the Supercharger location is is operational. Last year in Montana I had the experience of arriving at a Supercharger, in this case the one in Superior MT, to find that it had no power. In fact power was out for the entire town (the Supercharger is located at a gas station, and alarmed ICE owners could not fuel their vehicles). I could not continue my trip without charging and there sure weren't even any L2 chargers in that tiny town. Fortunately power was restored about 15 minutes later. But it would have been helpful to have had some advance warning if possible.