Stopped in Indio to charge. First charger would only charge at 214 miles per hour, not shared, moved to another one, it went to 500 mph. Then started stopping and restarting. Eventually wouldn't restart. Moved to the next one, only 14 miles per hour rate on that one. Plug is beat up on that one. Take five, another one at 214 miles per hour max. Had to live with that, but charge time estimate was double. I guess there's a chance it could be an issue with my car, but odd that each one was different results if it is my car. And plugged in and re-plugged in at each one with the same results from each charger each time. Don't think it's the car.
ADD-ON TO ORIGINAL MESSAGE: 01/18/2020
Tried again tonight. Same thing, maybe worse. Plugged in, forgot to check the speed, just saw that it was charging. Went to Jack in the Box for 20 minutes and came back to see it had only added about 40 miles in range in that time. Was charging at less than 30 kw and under 100 MPH charge rate and the battery was near empty. Tried three other chargers and gave up. Had just enough to make it to Cabazon. Cabazon, no problem. 138 kw, 500+ miles per hour charge rate. In the same 20 minutes, had over 225 miles in range and was on my way.
I'm done with Indio. Forgot to note, the onboard ETA for charge time was over 2 1/2 hours to 80%, after the 20 minutes already charged.
I tried to contact Tesla last time and their message comes up with basically "don't bother reporting it, we already know if a charger is bad" If they know, why haven't they fixed it? Been quite some time and it's a busy charger. But, maybe it's only busy because people have to wait so long for their cars to charge, causing common stack ups.