Submitted by wisam.alrawi on November 2, 2018
Unlike LA, we have only two Superchargers in San Diego. The one in downtown San Diego is located within a parking structure and you need to pay to get your car in to charge it. It's under utilized.
The other one is at Qualcomm near Sorrento Valley and that one is super busy. There is usually a line there to Supercharge.
So we're faced with either pay to use the one in downtown or go to Qualcomm and wait in line.
1. I know Tesla is planning to open several superchargers around San Diego in the next 12 months but would it be possible for Tesla to temporarily waive the parking structure fee for Tesla owners so that one is more utilized and lower the load on the Qualcomm one?
2. When a stall goes down in the Qualcomm Supercharger which happens frequently, is it possible to mark the stall unavailable in Navigation app or Maps? Because we think that there is availability and the Supercharger isn't full. But in fact it is full and that stall is broken instead of available. If I see it full, I won't bother to go there to charge but because it's marked available in Maps, I tend to think that the Supercharger isn't full occupied till I get there and see it broken.