Went to Chicago for Christmas and charged up at the Glenview, IL supercharger before arriving at relatives. Received a credit card charge for $13.77 (51 kWh at $0.27/kWh plus $1.22 in tax). What's interesting is that I have free supercharging and no other supercharger that I hit on the trip over or back billed for usage. Is there something special about Glenview? I will say, the chargers there were not the "normal" supercharger, but looked like what Google shows as an urban supercharger. The Tesla website and in-car navigation does identify this as a supercharger.
Glenview, IL Supercharger
1200 Milwaukee Avenue
Glenview, IL 60025
Roadside Assistance(877) 798-3752
10 Superchargers, available 24/7, up to 72kW
Anybody know if the urban chargers don't fall under the "free supercharging" program? I have sent an e-mail to [email protected]
asking for an explanation.