charging is really still a big problem at hong kong. (i weren't allowed to install charger at my parking space at home. i asked.) 2 years ago, i didn't buy model s but reserved model x for this reason only. at that time, i was hoping 2 years later, this problem could be solved. however, after 2 years, charging seems still a problem, i couldn't just move my home just because i wanna buy a tesla. this probably continue to be an issue when i take my x later this year. it must be a big issue for many potential ev owners. Could tesla just buy a cheap rural location and build a big supercharging station? Let's say 10-20 charging lots, maybe with a 7-11 or Circle K on the site, and Tesla owners can charge and gather there too. To reduce Tesla's cost, i suggest that it can be operated as pay per charge. As long as it's similar cost compare to charge at home, or a little premium, then it will help a lot of Tesla owners who can't have their own charger at home. Although Supercharger suppose to be free for customers, Hong Kong is special situation, so we must think it as independant case. And Supercharger original idea is free charging for long distant travel/trip. but we need it for everyday driving need. so i am happy with reasonable pay-per-charge policy. - - - Updated - - - Hong Kong isn't large, so that even rural area won't be over 30-40KM from the crowd city areas. - - - Updated - - - Uber Tesla can also charge there, and open up superchargers at malls for other normal Tesla owners. - - - Updated - - - maybe 1 at Hong Kong Island, and another between NT and Kowloon.