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Supercharger - Oakland, CA - 2nd Street (LIVE 22 Nov 2020, 12 urban stalls)

pb2000

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Pluto

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I think your math is a bit out.
For comparison, here's the history of California's station open rate:
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Separately, Canada had a record 28 stations opened in December of last year and the US had a record 24 stations opened in February of this year. The US is at 26 this month so far and is close to breaking both records (which are the top 2 records for stations opened in a single month in a single country, except maybe China).
 
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Randy Spencer

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Looking at the under-construction sites it doesn't seem like there will be many more opened in the remaining days this month. They were probably all trying to open by T-Day.
 

pb2000

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Half the cones on the supercharge.info map in California seem to be stuck at the waiting on PGE/SCE stage, so a few more could eek through before EOD Monday, or just as easily slip into 2021.
 

bmah

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Do I have to pay to get into parking garage to charge and pay again to charge if I have unlimited free supercharging?

In your case, you just pay for the parking. (Technically you pay before you exit the garage...the same as any non-Tesla driver would do.)

Bruce.
 

mociaf9

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Do I have to pay to get into parking garage to charge and pay again to charge if I have unlimited free supercharging?
Bruce gave the right answer to your question as written, but I'm going to assume that you dropped a word in there and you meant to say that you don't have free supercharging. In that case, Yes, you pay the garage on exit for accessing/using the garage and Tesla bills you for the electricity. This is how it works in every location where superchargers are in pay lots/garages.
 
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Randy Spencer

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I have been there several times and most of the time the gate to exit is just open. I assume they have specific hours, but I haven't researched them. Also, the times I have visited and the gate was down it opened when I put the ticket back in and didn't request money. Perhaps because it was before the supercharger opened and I wasn't in there very long, another thing that could be researched to find out how long you can be inside w/o charge.
 

J95630

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I have been there several times and most of the time the gate to exit is just open. I assume they have specific hours, but I haven't researched them. Also, the times I have visited and the gate was down it opened when I put the ticket back in and didn't request money. Perhaps because it was before the supercharger opened and I wasn't in there very long, another thing that could be researched to find out how long you can be inside w/o charge.
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