This is a story that the press tends to ignore because it's not exciting reading unless...you are a Tesla owner who likes to take road trips. But the fact is that that the Tesla Destination Charging program has placed thousands of new chargers over the past year -- at little to no cost to the destination -- in North America, Western Europe, East Asia, Japan and Australia, and I expect that pace to continue for years to come. In a few years there will be tens of thousands of Tesla HPWCs and Clipper Creek L2 units in those regions of the world. Take at look at the "Find Us" page on the Tesla Motors website, select for it to show "Destination Charging" only, and then zoom out, you will see what I am talking about. I was reminded of this because of an experience I just had. I occasionally work at a hospital in the small town of Willits, California, about 150 miles north of where I live near San Francisco. Early this year before making a trip to Willits I checked to see if there was any EV charging. All I found on Plugshare was a NEMA 14-50 at the WIllits City Hall. Not something I want to rely on for charging. Since the Ukiah Supercharger had just opened I could use that to make the trip feasible in my Model S but I really wanted to find a hotel in Willits where I could stay at and charge, it would be a lot more convenient. However there was nothing. This week I am back in Willits and to my surprise and delight discovered through Plugshare that there is now a hotel with an HPWC and a Clipper Creek unit, provided and installed last month courtesy of the Tesla Destination Charging program! They are located at The Old West Inn, are brand new and free to motel guests. I was the first to use them yesterday. Their availability meant that I could drive my Roadster to Willits and charge overnight while staying at that motel, making it an easy trip. I spoke to the hotel proprietor and thanked him for installing the EV chargers. I asked him what motivated him to contact Tesla and request them. He said that his uncle owns the Super 8 Motel in Ukiah, has a Model S, and is a huge EV fan. I suddenly realized that his uncle is TMC member @digitalonion who made post #37 in this thread Supercharger - Ukiah So it is exciting to see increasing numbers of Tesla destination chargers appearing, chargers not just for Teslas but also for all EV because Tesla provides a Clipper Creek J1722 unit along with the Tesla-specific HPWC. I think that is a very generous thing for Tesla to do, and demonstrates that Tesla wants to advance the EV revolution in a broad way, not just for Tesla cars. That is a story I wish would be written about more in the media. I bet there are many other TMC members who have been pleasantly surprised this year to find a Tesla destination charger at a location they traveled to. Post your stories!