Video by Go Green Autos via YouTube
Tesla have opened up some UK Supercharger sites to non-Tesla electric vehicles. In this video (filmed May 2022), I show you how you can easily find the unlocked Tesla charging locations without using the Tesla app. These chargers are then available for any electric vehicle to charge, as long as it uses the CCS (CCS2 in UK & EU) standard. Pretty much all EVs in the UK use CCS for their DC rapid charging, except the Nissan Leaf and some earlier vehicles which use Chademo. However, I have heard that MG EVs have issues charging on Tesla Superchargers, even though they use CCS.
Tesla have opened up many more Supercharger sites across Europe to non-Tesla and have now started doing the same in the USA. However, in the States, Tesla’s use their proprietary charging socket, so they are fitting an adaptor on the stalls, called the "magic dock", which then converts the charging plug to a CCS1 which is suitable for other EVs.
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