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There are two main ways to charge a Tesla: at home and at public charging stations. Here's a breakdown of both methods:

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Home Charging:

  • You can plug your Tesla into a standard 120-volt outlet using the Mobile Connector that comes with the car. This is the slowest charging option, adding only 2-3 miles of range per hour.
  • For faster charging at home, you can install a Wall Connector, which can provide up to 48 miles of range per hour depending on your Tesla model.

Public Charging Stations:

  • Tesla has its own network of Supercharger stations, which are designed for fast charging on long trips. Superchargers can add up to 200 miles of range in 15 minutes for most Tesla models.
  • You can also use other public charging stations that use the J1772 standard. These stations will typically be slower than Superchargers, but they can still be a good option for topping off your battery while you're out and about. Tesla sells an adapter that allows you to use J1772 stations with your Tesla.
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