Riley Merkel, Contributor
October 22, 2012 | 2 Comments
One of the major perceived drawbacks of electric cars is the fact that people feel like they’ll be out of luck with their battery runs out and they’re away from home. And while the answer isn’t available throughout the U.S. just yet, Tesla has addressed the concern with the roadside Supercharger. The free charging stations, which are currently being tested in six locations in California, can fully charge the Model S in an hour or so, and if you just plug in for a half hour, you’ll add 150 miles to your range.