Submitted by TM3Q on Mon, 2018-12-10 06:30
I have a concern about the price we pay at superchargers in winter time. When I charge at a supercharger and it’s cold outside (below freezing point) I noticed the kW that’s supplied to my car is low close to 40 kW/h. The thing is I still pay 0,20$/minute and charging takes longer so I pay more for less power!!! So driving Quebec-Mtl-Quebec cost me almost the same then my wife ICE Corolla!!!! Tesla should have 3 price range High rate, mid rate and low rate in order to really make sense. Or Tesla should revise price for winter, I feel I pay more for something I don’t even get. It says 120kW on the supercharger but only get 1/3 but same fee...something feels fishy about the fee rate vs real power delivered to the car. Any others have noticed???