I have a question for the member called "Mr.Plugshare." I,m not sure if you have anything to do with the Plugshare website (thinking maybe you do); but I was just planninf a route and was looking at charger locations - destination chargers, etc. I noticed that there still is not a mark for the mississauga supercharger that this thread is about. Plugshare still does not have it located on their website as a supercharger site. Just an observation.
Maybe there was already discussion on this as to why and I may have missed it.
Seriously @Sisko - DS9 I can’t add anything to that description because it is a perfect one. Otherwise, yes I do have a sort lead with PlugShare in total charging stations added with 2800 and counting. I’m no mod, but I have contacted some of them to get these details. Actually, might I add? If PlugShare does see the location and there are photos included, they will turn it into a restricted wall charger, which is why you might want to keep those filters open.Tesla's map still doesn't show Mississauga as being live either, which means that the updated status still hasn't worked it's way through Tesla's Supercharger bureaucracy yet. One of the steps of which is to notify Plugshare.com's editors that a supercharger site is live. At Tesla's request, Plugshare doesn't let the public list superchargers, in order to prevent them from being listed before the power is actually on. If someone attempts to do so, Plugshare will remove it. They wait until they are formally notified by Tesla and then the site editors add the location.
I noticed that there still is not a mark for the mississauga supercharger that this thread is about. Plugshare still does not have it located on their website as a supercharger site. Just an observation.
Fine, I do troll a bit. Still, I try to post for the sake of finding new chargers. Although a charger might not be where I am located, I try to contribute it to help others who might be stuck with low range. Note that I also try find some Superchargers to chat about like Tremblant and Surrey, the last one I have never used and probably won’t unless I drive the Tesla to Vancouver, which I won’t in the foreseeable future. Others, like Vancouver, North York, and Yamachiche for example, I have posted a unique thread (true, I like to be the first).The member called "Mr.Plugshare" has nothing to do with the Plugshare web site. This member just posts for the sake of posting.
The Mashpee, Massachusetts supercharger that recently opened went live on on January 17th and didn't show up as open either in the car or on Tesla's website map until last week (February 5th then 7th, respectively). So, the delay in listing Mississaugua isn't yet outside of recent experience from other locations, though it is at the longer end of the curve. Since it just started showing up in the car (as evidenced by Mr. Plugshare's post just above yours) it should get fixed on the Tesla website map in another day or two (assuming past experience holds true for this location as well). And then plugshare will get updated with the listing tout de suite.
I do not mean to re-hash this but i find it pretty strange that this supercharger is not listed on Plugshare and not listed on Tesla's on sight which shows the Canada's superchargers.
It is now, finally, showing up as open on Tesla's web map. Interestingly, it is listed as "Mississauga, ON - Meadowvale Supercharger". And the Meadowvale Village pin is gone while the grey pin over Mississauga remains. So much for debates about the naming vs. strict boundary lines of neighborhoods, etc.
So. Sleeping Beauty finally woke up!It is now, finally, showing up as open on Tesla's web map. Interestingly, it is listed as "Mississauga, ON - Meadowvale Supercharger". And the Meadowvale Village pin is gone while the grey pin over Mississauga remains. So much for debates about the naming vs. strict boundary lines of neighborhoods, etc.
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