First Supercharge

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We’re going to take our new Model 3 on a 1400 mile journey soon, and realized we’ve never used a Supercharger. So we gave it a whirl, just to learn how before the trip. Turns out it was a very simple procedure. People would pull up and ask questions about the process. Anyway, I think we’re ready for the trip.
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#2Tslrsx, Today at 6:54 AM
It’s indeed Very simple. Remember that there are paired chargers and enjoy your trip!

#3chezedog, Today at 7:22 AM
Tslrsx said: ↑
Remember that there are paired chargers
I didn’t know that. I also didn’t notice any “labels” indicating which pair I was using.
From reading a few bits of info, I think it’s like this:

1. First car in the pair is not affected by second car hooking up, but second car gets a slower charge.

2. The paired chargers are not always next to each other, and so y’gotta check the labels.

is that right?

#4Petrlol, 40 minutes ago
I think the best rule I’ve read and I hope I’m correct… “Don’t pick the same number as someone else”. So if there is 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b – and someone is on 2b, you want to take a #1.

#5Helmuth, 13 minutes ago
chezedog said: ↑
From reading a few bits of info, I think it’s like this:

1. First car in the pair is not affected by second car hooking up, but second car gets a slower charge.

2. The paired chargers are not always next to each other, and so y’gotta check the labels.

is that right?
That’s correct!
I guess you’re ready for your trip!

Despite some other stories: the first car is indeed NOT effected by the second car plugging in to a paired slot!
And IF you have to plug in as a second car try to check if can can share it with a Tesla with a slow flashing green light at the charge port (means almost finished) or check with the owners who will leave soon…

Enjoy your upcoming trip! You will love it

 

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