There are 2 main ways to charge your Tesla: AC Charging (which is slower- typically is done at home overnight) and DC Fast Charging which can give you hundreds of miles of range in less than an hour (typically used when on a road trip). AC Charging is called Level 1 (110V) or Level 2 (240V) Charging while DC Fast Charging is called Level 3 Charging. If you want Level 2 Charging at home, you may need an electrician. Start by searching our forums for "Electrician" to find local businesses that our members have used in the past. There are also interesting charging devices at the end of this page that might help you charge faster or more conviently.
For much more details on charging, please review John W's Charging Guide.
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EV CHARGING NETWORKS
CHARGING PLUG TYPES
Level 1 Charger
Charges with a standard US plug at 110V 15 amps; 2-3 miles of range added every hour.
Level 3 Charger (DC Charger)
DEVICES TO HELP YOU CHARGE
Quick 220 Systems*
*Please Note: This is for informational purposes- this is not a club endorsement of this product nor is it a paid advertiser.