Your Tesla vehicle can charge at any Supercharger, Tesla wall connector, public charging station, or anywhere there’s an electrical outlet. Superchargers are conveniently located along the most popular routes and offer the fastest rate of charge. Hotels and restaurants often install Tesla wall connectors for their customers’ use.
For daily charging, most owners charge their vehicle at home or at their place of work. If you are installing your own equipment, we recommend a 240 volt NEMA 14-50 outlet or a wall connector on a 100 amp circuit. Learn how charging works, how to use a CHAdeMO adapter and how to install home charging equipment on our website. Adapters are also available for purchase to connect your Tesla vehicle to existing outlets.
Tesla vehicles are also compatible with pay-per-use public charging stations using the included J1772 adapter. Plugshare is an online electric vehicle community where members share the location of convenient chargers and outlets.
Contact us if you have any questions or concerns about charging.