Yes, you do need to pay for charging at Tesla Superchargers. However, when you purchase your Tesla, you receive free Supercharging credits. Once those credits have been used up, you will need to pay for charging.
You have two options for paying at Tesla Superchargers:
Tesla calculates the cost of charging based on the amount of kilowatt-hours (kWh) you use. The cost per kWh may vary by location and can change over time.
Yes, you can use a non-Tesla charger with a Tesla adapter. However, you will need to pay for charging using the payment method accepted by the non-Tesla charger.
No, you cannot pay for charging at a non-Tesla charger with your Tesla account. You will need to pay using the payment method accepted by the non-Tesla charger.
Now that you have all of the answers to your burning questions about paying for charging at Tesla charging stations, you can hit the open road with confidence. Just don't forget to keep those Supercharging credits in mind as you plan your next long-distance adventure!
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