From CNET: Tesla has officially begun allowing non-Tesla electric vehicles to fuel up at some Supercharger stations in the US.
Since Tesla announced Tuesday afternoon that select Superchargers in the US are open to other EVs, drivers in California, Texas and other states have uploaded social media posts of themselves using the company's "Magic Dock" to charge up their non-Tesla vehicles.
Payment is made on the carmaker's app. Non-Tesla drivers can either pay as they go or sign up for a monthly $13 membership. Subscribers get a discounted rate, though it's still higher than what Tesla owners pay.
That's to make up for "additional costs incurred to support charging a broad range of vehicles and adjustments to our sites to accommodate these vehicles," Tesla said in a blog post.
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