This weekend we traveled between San Diego and Los Angeles. Our Tesla navigation informed us that we would need to stop in SJC to recharge (which we had easily done more than a year ago) and we did again on Friday, March 31st at approx. 4pm. When we arrived all 7 stalls were in use and there were 3 cars waiting ahead of us. There was not a single driver in any car that was charging. There was also an attendant station this time but no attendant. 2 drivers waiting to charge were clearly upset. 1 gentleman said he had been there nearly an hour waiting. After 30 minutes the attendant returned and spoke with the upset people waiting. After almost 2 hours of waiting - it was at last our turn (keep in mind during that WHOLE time only 2 cars had moved from their stalls - 5 of the original cars that were there at the start were still there). When I plugged in, my computer told me "3 1/2 hours to complete charging". I panicked. I had an upset sister at this point and 2 upset kids as we were suppose to stop in Disneyland. The Tesla Attendant then informed me that "Tesla" had turned down the SuperChargers because they were blowing fuses and being over-used by Tesla owners. He said my best bet would be to report this to Tesla on this site. Honestly, our Friday night was ruined from not getting to complete our plans because we couldn't "SuperCharge" as we had done in the past. We also found the lack of respect by the Tesla owners practically abandoning their cars at the SuperCharger station to be extremely rude and disrespectful . The Tesla Attendant said there was nothing he could do. He said "fights" break out almost daily at this station. Needless to say our return to San Diego Saturday night (April 1st) was no better. We arrived at 9pm. All 7 stalls full. No drivers to be found anywhere. We got a stall about 50 minutes after arriving. We charged only 20 minutes with my computer saying I would have 14% battery upon arriving home since my battery was not fully charged. My sister said she is going to tell every person she can NEVER to buy a Tesla based on this experience... I was in complete tears over the stress of it all. Clearly I will not be driving my Tesla ever again to Los Angeles unless that can be fixed. More stalls. Return to actually Super Charging (3 1/2 hours is not a Super Charge) and please MORE Super Chargers along the I-5... how can Tesla find this to be acceptable??