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Tesla “Magic Dock” Superchargers Can Now Charge Non-Tesla EVs!


Video by State Of Charge via YouTube

After years of promising it, Tesla is finally starting to open up its Supercharger network to allow non-Tesla EVs to charge. I check out one of the first Supercharger stations with the "Magic Dock" that allows non-Tesla charging less than 24 hours from its opening.

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0:00 Intro
3:27 Why is Tesla’s "Magic Dock" necessary?
9:51 I arrive at the Supercharger
10:33 The cable won’t reach!
12:35 Marques Brownlee helps me get plugged in!
14:20 I chat with a Luicd Air owner who was charging there also
20:25 I move to another Supercharger and plug in
21:24 My experience, the cost, and the issues
27:45 Outro

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