Tesla Installs Charging Stations On County Road 39

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authorGreg Wehner on May 30, 2016
Drivers of electric vehicles can charge their cars while grabbing a bite, now that eight Tesla Superchargers have been installed outside Cafe Crust on County Road 39 in Southampton. Each... more

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