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Information on supercharge.info is neither provided nor validated by Tesla and we cannot confirm the accuracy of the information provided. For up to date and correct information on the Supercharger network please refer to the following sites from Tesla:
* Note that Permanently Closed sites are hidden by default on the map. To see them, use the Select All button or click directly on the Permanently Closed option in the Status filter.
Open : It is possible to supercharge at the site at all times.
Open - Limited Hours : It is possible to supercharge at the site during limited times.
Construction : Progress is visible at the site.
Permit : Tesla has submitted a permit/plan/application for a specific address.
Temporarily Closed : Site is temporarily closed. Charging not possible.
Permanently Closed* : Site is permanently closed. Charging not possible.
Custom : User added custom marker. Right-click map to add at any location.
Other location icons on the Changes and Data pages
- Solar canopy : Site is at least partially covered by a solar canopy.
- Battery backup : Site includes battery backup power.
- Other EVs OK : Site allows non-Tesla vehicles to charge - for example, locations with Magic Dock, and certain CCS locations in Europe.
Site Usage Tips
- Right-click the map to add a custom marker and range circle. (Long-press for 2-3 seconds on mobile/touchscreen devices.)
- Click a "Construction" or "Permit" Supercharger, then click
or "forum" to read or provide updates on progress.
- Click any entry on the Changes tab to pan and zoom to the associated site on the Map tab.
- Choose "
2 Clusters" to group nearby markers together when zoomed out.
- Clusters allow the map to be more responsive and less cluttered on older, smaller devices.
- Hover over a numbered marker to see details about the locations included, and click to zoom in.
- This site is tested using Google Chrome
and consequently may perform best when viewed using that web browser.
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Links to specific GPS coordinates can be constructed using center and zoom
parameters. For example, here is a link that will show supercharges in the Chicago area:
All available URL parameters:
||Comma separated GPS coordinates for map center.
||Zoom level; 1 = minimum zoom, 21 = maximum zoom
||Initial value for range circles in miles.
||Initial value for range circles in kilometers.
||Controls to show. Possible values are: none or comma separated combinations of range, status, render