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New Supercharger

I was driving south on US 29 this afternoon, having visited a government office in DC in the morning. As I passed a Sheetz station just south of Madison, VA, a new Supercharger site was going up. But it’s not shown on Tesla’s Supercharger map as ‘planned’...it’s not shown at all. Great news for those that travel this highway, but I can rattle off a number of other spots that desperately need one. Charleston, SC for example, has shown ‘planned’ for the last few years and they need one a lot more urgently than the one going up in Madison as there is one just a few miles down the road in Charlottesville, VA. I go to Charleston a lot but I will be ICEing it because no place to charge that won’t take forever. Wish I knew the method to Tesla’s madness regarding construction of new Superchargers.

TabascoGuy | September 18, 2019

It's listed here as of July 23, 2019. See page two.

https://supercharge.info/changes

flickroll | September 18, 2019

Thanks. Where did you find that?

TabascoGuy | September 18, 2019

It was posted in another thread today in response to a similar question. I looked for that thread but cant find it now ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

flickroll | September 18, 2019

Thx!

reed_lewis | September 19, 2019

The data on the Tesla website is not as up to date as supercharge.info is. Whenever a permit, or construction starts, it is always on that website.

I do not ever use the Tesla website for that purpose anymore.

jordanrichard | September 20, 2019

Keep in mind that when Tesla places a gray pin to indicate a future site, it can be miles off from the actual location. Long story short, two years ago here in CT, they placed a pin 15 miles away from where the new site actually went.

reed_lewis | September 20, 2019

This also happened in Massachusetts. They listed a super charger coming soon in Marlboro, MA, but instead put it in Hudson, MA which is two exits up the highway from each other.