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 3 months ago '17        #1
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Ridley Scott  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x228
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Biggest Tesla Supercharger in Texas at Buc-ees!
 

 
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 3 months ago '08        #2
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Tesla ain’t going NOWHERE

impressive
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 3 months ago '17        #3
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Them brisket and egg roll ups the truth in the morning
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 3 months ago '04        #4
NahLij  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Got a Buc-ees around the way, might want a brisket sammich today

 3 months ago '18        #5
BlackjesuS  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Randoms for EV owners...

What do you think the likelihood is of the stalls filling up? And as a courtesy would you cut your recharge short for the next driver
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 3 months ago '05        #6
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Brisket sandwiches so dayum good!
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 3 months ago '11        #7
QuietPack 
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Buc ees is the sh*t!
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 3 months ago '17        #8
Ridley Scott  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x228 OP
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 BlackjesuS said
Randoms for EV owners...

What do you think the likelihood is of the stalls filling up? And as a courtesy would you cut your recharge short for the next driver
Going to be a number of years until the stalls compels fill up and that will include owning the Tesla network to other evs, imo.
I would not cut my charging short but most folks are not charging to 90 or even 100, maybe 80 and many just need enough to get them to their next charger if they are traveling.
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 3 months ago '05        #9
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 BlackjesuS said
Randoms for EV owners...

What do you think the likelihood is of the stalls filling up? And as a courtesy would you cut your recharge short for the next driver
They're constantly building more and growing with the demand.
I was charging exclusively at superchargers, recently installed a home charger and now rarely go to superchargers.
Idk the stats but Tesla slowly making their way in Texas, the F150 Lightning helped the EV market. Still a lot of ugly EVs ... only nice Tesla is the S, and I don't have that. Lol.

Nah, we don't cut charge short, you get what you need. When you need a charge you go to the station with the most open stalls.
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 3 months ago '04        #10
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 flav said
Tesla ainít going NOWHERE

impressive
2 major problems with Tesla

1 They're expensive to own, build and maintain.
If it wasn't for all the investor money and government subsidies they'd go under

2 Infrustructure

They'd need to put up an ungodly amount charging stations for everyone to be able to drive electric

Till they figure that sh*t out electric cars are more of an inconvenient luxury than the being the future

 3 months ago '08        #11
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 R Dot said
2 major problems with Tesla

1 They're expensive to own, build and maintain.
If it wasn't for all the investor money and government subsidies they'd go under

2 Infrustructure

They'd need to put up an ungodly amount charging stations for everyone to be able to drive electric

Till they figure that sh*t out electric cars are more of an inconvenient luxury than the being the future
depends tbh

if you live in a house and can charge at home, superchargers are only a convenience when driving long distances or if you just don't feel like charging at home (or forgot) every now and then


i'e owned my Model S for about 2 years and supercharged like 10 times overall. Now every situation is different of course, but i would a*sume most buyers are aware of that
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 3 months ago '04        #12
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 flav said
depends tbh

if you live in a house and can charge at home, superchargers are only a convenience when driving long distances or if you just don't feel like charging at home (or forgot) every now and then


i'e owned my Model S for about 2 years and supercharged like 10 times overall. Now every situation is different of course, but i would a*sume most buyers are aware of that
Where you traveling more than 100 miles a day? You obviously live in a major city I've been in the sticks for the last couple months and there ain't a charging station for miles. Plus there's constant power outages, there needs to be way more infrastructure before they could be rolled out nation wide.

Plus the price tag and you can only fix it with Tesla, they'll be around but it's only a luxury buy not a staple,

 3 months ago '08        #13
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 R Dot said
Where you traveling more than 100 miles a day? You obviously live in a major city I've been in the sticks for the last couple months and there ain't a charging station for miles. Plus there's constant power outages, there needs to be way more infrastructure before they could be rolled out nation wide.

Plus the price tag and you can only fix it with Tesla, they'll be around but it's only a luxury buy not a staple,
Luxury for now I would a*sume, but eventually become a degree of standard/norm, pretty much the same way most of the things we have and use daily used to be a luxury only accessible to the elites for some time, and eventually becoming standard daily use for everyone else, early adoption is costly and comes with perks and disadvantages

I used to travel more than 100 miles per day, highway and about 2 superchargers not too far along the way, however in 1.5 year of daily driving around that time I had used these superchargers maybe 3 times.

back in 2014, owning a Tesla was almost an nightmare, i know a couple of people who owned the 1st gen back then and it def was a headache. Now things have changed in such a way that my original nervousness has completely dissipated and I've never run on low battery or feared to go low due to lack of charging. Traveling state-to-state though, you definitely need a supercharger. But that seems to have been addressed pretty substantially and still subject to grow

it's almost the same thing that happened when cellular services moved from CDMA/TDMA to GSM. At 1st, GSM towers were rare AF and deemed unreliable, however it's now the gold standard (excluding VZ) and it's not even an afterthought

The huge supercharger zone is showing what a degree of standard can eventually become, and charging *usually* is done for up to 45 minutes and that's really rare (or if you have one of the old 1st gen Teslas, they charge slow AF!!!!)

Edit: Holy wall of text!!
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 3 months ago '04        #14
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 flav said
Luxury for now I would a*sume, but eventually become a degree of standard/norm, pretty much the same way most of the things we have and use daily used to be a luxury only accessible to the elites for some time, and eventually becoming standard daily use for everyone else, early adoption is costly and comes with perks and disadvantages

I used to travel more than 100 miles per day, highway and about 2 superchargers not too far along the way, however in 1.5 year of daily driving around that time I had used these superchargers maybe 3 times.

back in 2014, owning a Tesla was almost an nightmare, i know a couple of people who owned the 1st gen back then and it def was a headache. Now things have changed in such a way that my original nervousness has completely dissipated and I've never run on low battery or feared to go low due to lack of charging. Traveling state-to-state though, you definitely need a supercharger. But that seems to have been addressed pretty substantially and still subject to grow

it's almost the same thing that happened when cellular services moved from CDMA/TDMA to GSM. At 1st, GSM towers were rare AF and deemed unreliable, however it's now the gold standard (excluding VZ) and it's not even an afterthought

The huge supercharger zone is showing what a degree of standard can eventually become, and charging *usually* is done for up to 45 minutes and that's really rare (or if you have one of the old 1st gen Teslas, they charge slow AF!!!!)

Edit: Holy wall of text!!
Yeah I tried reading all that sh*t but failed lol

Anyway my n*gga, there's gotta be a Whole fu*king lot of infrastructure changes and cost cutting before that sh*t becomes normalized

Ain't hating on the Tesla Flex

Just saying Tesla ain't nothin but a flex for now unless there is some MAJOR work put in
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 3 months ago '08        #15
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 R Dot said
Yeah I tried reading all that sh*t but failed lol

Anyway my n*gga, there's gotta be a Whole fu*king lot of infrastructure changes and cost cutting before that sh*t becomes normalized

Ain't hating on the Tesla Flex

Just saying Tesla ain't nothin but a flex for now unless there is some MAJOR work put in
All good brother iono why i typed so damn much in the 1st place
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 3 months ago '06        #16
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