USA: Tesla opens its supercharger network to other EVs
Payments can be done either by the ‘Pay per charge’ method or via a monthly membership of $12.99.
Tesla has officially started allowing other ‘non-Tesla’ electric vehicles to use the brand’s supercharger network in the USA. Electric vehicles from other car brands can now charge their cars at select Tesla supercharging stations across the USA.
According to reports, Tesla stated that the opening up of its supercharging network to non-Tesla EVs will help encourage more people to transition to electric. Reports also stated that the American EV maker has committed to opening up 7,500 of its charging stations to non-Tesla EVs by the end of 2024.
Customers with non-Tesla EVs can download the Tesla App and find the nearest supercharging station. Payments can be done either by the ‘Pay per charge’ method or via a monthly membership of $12.99. The company explains that the price will be higher for non-Tesla customers, as the stations will have to be adjusted to support and accommodate a range of other EVs.
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