- 01-20-2017, 11:31 PM #1
Poor Supercharger Directions
If traveling north up I95, the new update does show the amenities, but how about stating the name of the business whose parking lot it is in. Sitting and looking around close to midnight in a plaza by a highway off ramp isn't fun. For Lumberton, and others, couldn't you state its in the back left side of the Texas Steakhouse? It can't be seen from the road, and it's a large plaza.
- 01-21-2017, 06:36 AM #2
Hopefully, someone is reading this. While going to the instructed Supercharger in DC, it's WAY TOO FAR FROM THE HIGHWAY.
Additionally, the guidance is incorrect. It sends you to the back of a shopping center, while the charging stations are in the PARKING GARAGE.
- 01-21-2017, 09:56 AM #3
Also, while going up I95, why does the software not realize that Delaware has Tesla Superchargers at the rest stop by the Welcome Center. That would have been helpful instead of the alternative provided.
Note : Charger 3A is malfunctioning at The Marketplace in Trenton.
Also, the ones working only charge at 120miles an hour, compared to the others which were high 200s to 300.
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You raise some good points. The Tesla supercharger in Woodbridge, VA. is so hard to find at night and poorly lighted. I drove around the mall for 10-15min and the navigation was just directing me to the mall.
Finally, I called Tesla and they told me specifically which stores to look for.
It was very frustrating since my battery was under 50 miles and I did not know the area. Lighting was very poor and signage could not be seen at night..
Improvement is needed there.