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  1. Tesla Tech Talk
    Happy New Year from a new Model S owner. We just picked up our car out of state and staying at a hotel before we drive south to Florida from Delaware. We picked the hotel for its advertised EV charging. The charging station is a -chargepoin+ (Chargepoint) "DC Fast" system. Either I am truly...
  2. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    ONroute's new Ivy EV chargers will feature built-in Tesla adapters Earlier this week ONroute announced a total of 69 DC fast chargers are going to be installed at their rest stops across Ontario, with most being ready for use by summer 2022. The announcement was disappointing for Tesla owners...
  3. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla CCS adapter activated in North America with 2021.40.6 software update Tesla released a new CCS adapter last month, but it was limited to owners in the South Korean market. Eager to have another option to charge their vehicles, several owners were able to bring the adapter to Canada and...
  4. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla adds CCS adapter support information in preparation for North American release Last month Tesla released the long-awaited CCS adapter in South Korea. Shortly after the launch Tesla said it was coming to North America "soon." It looks like that release may be imminent as the automaker has...
  5. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    More tests show Tesla CCS adapter can reach charging speeds above 100kW After a very long wait Tesla finally released a CCS adapter in South Korea last week. We reported on one of the first tests of the new adapter which showed less than impressive charging speeds of between 60kW to 70kW...
  6. Model 3
    Sorry but I'm not having any luck finding the lowest, 0% SOC, and highest, 100% SOC, voltage range. The reason is I want to estimate the lowest and highest power available from the 300 A limited, CCS-1-to-Tesla adapter. Thanks Bob Wilson
  7. Model 3: Charging
    Tesla has confirmed their CCS adapter is coming soon to North America. They recently started seeking it in South Korea but their official Tesla Charging Twitter account just confirmed it According to specifications it appears it will be capable of 150kW charging
  8. Model 3
    To owners of 2021 Model 3/Y's who have phones that can't charge wirelessly (either because they use a thick case, or a pop socket, or they just have an older phone without wireless charging), what are some approaches you're using to charge your phones? For example: Where do you place the phone...
  9. Model 3: Charging
    Does this mean that there is a CCS adapter coming out soon?
  10. Media & News
    There's a CCS adapter for European Teslas, nothing new there and we've been waiting for a CCS adapter for North America. Now, we have recent breaking news that a new CCS adapter has been spotted testing in South Korea. Why is this important? Because they use the same proprietary connector in...
  11. Model 3: Charging
    I am sharing a 32A charger with my spouse and her Chevy Bolt EV and use that Tesla-supplied small adapter for the ChargePoint plug. It was beginning to be a nuisance to put it in the trunk, have it roll around the centre console, or fear constantly misplacing it in the garage. So I whipped up...
  12. Model 3: Charging
    I'm hoping to get some validation for the scenario I'll be in over the next couple of weeks. I'm visiting my parents house and they have a 10-30 outlet for their dryer I intend to use. I purchased the 10-30 official Tesla adapter from shop.tesla.com. My concern is that 20' may not be enough...
  13. Off Topic Lounge
    I'm going out with a group of friends in August to chill out in Halifax and area for a week. We did the trip last year after our wedding using my wife's work van (Grand Caravan), and we're really hoping to not have to do it again. We had originally planned to take our Model 3 Long range. To...
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