Yes, it is okay to leave your Tesla charger plugged in. Tesla vehicles are designed to maintain their battery over time, and will not overcharge… Read More »Is It Ok To Leave Tesla Charger Plugged In
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Yes, you can use a Tesla Wall Charger for other electric cars, but you will need a J1772 adapter. The Tesla Wall Charger has a… Read More »Can You Use Tesla Wall Charger For Other Cars
A Tesla wall charger blinking red 6 times indicates that there is an overvoltage or poor grid quality detected. This means that the voltage coming… Read More »Tesla Wall Charger Blinking Red 6 Times
There are a few possible reasons why your Tesla charging port keeps opening. If you have tried all of the above and your Tesla charging… Read More »Tesla Charging Port That Keeps Opening:Here’s Why
The error message “Start charging failed: Charging already requested” means that your Tesla is already in the process of charging. This can happen if you… Read More »Tesla Charging Issue: Start Failed, Charging Already Requested
There are a few reasons why your Tesla charging might stop unexpectedly. If your Tesla charging stops unexpectedly, here are a few things you can… Read More »Tesla Charging Stopped Unexpectedly: What to Do
Sure, here is a comparison of Tesla Superchargers and home chargers: Feature Tesla Supercharger Home Charger Charging speed Up to 200 miles in 15 minutes… Read More »Tesla Supercharger vs Home Charger:Unplugged Battle
The “Charge Rate Reduced – Wall plug temperature high” error message on a Tesla indicates that the temperature of the wall plug is too high… Read More »Tesla Charge Rate Reduced: Is Your Wall Plug Too Hot?
Supercharging your Tesla is not necessarily bad for the battery, but it can put more strain on it than slower charging methods. If you supercharge… Read More »Is Supercharging Your Tesla Bad for the Battery?