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Discussion in 'Texas Supercharger locations' started by ℬête Noire, Oct 16, 2018.
There are wires and circuits in it.
I’m interested in some particular yellow lettering...
I'm trying to figure this one out. How can all 4 pedestals get used here? Unless my eyes and little grey cells are failing me, you can't fit two Model 3s side-by-side, much less the wider models, in the space between the two far pedestals. So the only way to have 4 vehicles charging on this side of the lot is for all four vehicles to park *cough* properly.
Or are the legacy (?) white stall marking lines, and the camera angle, just screwing up my visual perspective here?
Back-in to GTFO .... and also allow everyone to charge?
From the other photo, that shows 8 pedestals, these are indeed all part of pairs for a total of 12 pedestals.
BTW please, please if possible check Saturday afternoon to see if the chargers are turned on yet (ahead of it going live on the Tesla map). This location being live would save me so much time, hassle, and sleep on Sunday, Aug 4th.
There is a yellow parking line that shows the spacing for 2 Teslas and from looking at that it looks all fine to me.
Twelve stallards, and three are trailer friendly non-trailer-hostile?
S W E E T.
From today 7/30
Don’t get excited.. there was no power
The stalls are difficult to pull into
How so? Just back in like nearly every other supercharger. The only one that's "difficult" is the Austin SC since the lot is very small and narrow.
The group of 8 closer to Rudy's are fine. The 3 that are at the entrance of the parking space are pretty close to the curb on the opposite side and don't allow you to swing out and get straight in. I may have been doing it wrong, but I found it difficult..
Nose-in is more easily made a PITA by stuff opposite it. Those posts out at the end of the stalls make things tighter.
The Denton SC, which has all nose-in stalls, has this going on with the middle 3 or so stalls, too.
My ire w/that SC is the genesis of my sig line.
Drove by a half hour ago. The stations don’t appear to be active yet - the Tesla logos are not lit - but I didn’t try plugging in. Kudos to the Rudy’s patrons - the lot was pretty full but there were no vehicles parked in the SC slots.
Still waiting for utility co to install primary feeders to transformer.
Issues with the final inspection. It might be a while guys....
Please provide documentation or a link to the document
They noticed the curb crowding the Trailer Pull-In slots?
The contractor used the incorrect wire for the main feeder line.
Webster have online documentation?