That’s exactly what I’m saying. Notorious in OC especially. Not to many Tesla where I live but the free chargers around me are always occupied by leafs and Prius primes.There are still free chargers around, but you have to go at the right times. I'm just saying there's no point to get the Tesla adapter as the possibility of finding one open is even lower than finding the normal free chargers. Even at the normal free chargers all you see are Teslas and their adapters.
I hope they don't need to keep the guy's car the whole time!I called QC charge last week, said they were working on it, but not a high priority and maybe sometime later this year it might be out.
From what I understand, CCS is a lot more complicated, and expensive to implement.It would be nice if they have so much trouble trying to get CHAdeMO to work that they just go with SAE CCS
Correct. I didn't want to wire up a generic charger along with the Tesla charger in my garage. The nuance is having to hold the 'unplug' for a few seconds prior to unplugging it from the Fiat. In addition they have some rules when plugging in as well - at least based on the instructions sent with the adapter.Okay, so you're using it with a PRIVATE Tesla charger, & the "interesting nuance" is...?
Resetting nearly always works for hiccups with any standard J1772 public charger too.if the fiat is unhappy with the charger or vice versa, having them connected and resetting the Tesla charger with the button on the side usually works.
Where are the other Tesla adapters made? China or the US?That site looks pretty sketchy.