The next time you visit Meijer in Evansville, you might notice some super-new parking spaces.

Reserved for Tesla

I don't think that I would recognize a Telsa out on the road. Meijer recently added ten spots that feature Supercharger stations. I have yet to see one actually parked there, but I'm sure that will change soon.

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How Does a Supercharger Work?

I am by no means an expert on Telsa vehicles, so I went straight to the source Tesla.com to find out how these chargers work.

  • They are not free. Tesla owners download an app to pay for Supercharge.
  • Supercharging is not long-term parking. A Tesla can be fully charged in just 15 minutes. If you stay connected to the charger for a longer period of time, the app will tack on 'Idle time' charges.
  • Superchargers are not a new concept. Meijer debuted the Superchargers at their flagship store in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2018.
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The Tesla Supercharger is the fastest charging option when you're away from home, allowing you to charge your car up to 200 miles in 15 minutes. Designed to get you charged and back on the road as quickly as possible, we own and operate over 45,000 global Superchargers that are accessible on a 24/7 basis, located on major routes near convenient amenities.
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