We knew that Tesla made J1772 to Tesla adaptors so that Teslas could use the extensive public “universal” charging network. But a JDapter Stub is now on the market. Non-Teslas can now use Tesla AC Charging Stations (but not Tesla Superchargers). Because it’s so new, the price definitely exceeds the Tesla converter’s affordable $95, but with the potential of free Tesla charging, it may be worth it.
There’s a perception, correct or not, that EV drivers are a certain kind of person. Perhaps a person with certain kinds of disposable income and certain political views. Maybe you associate that person with the people around my office in Ponce City Market in Atlanta. So let’s get out of there and away from that stereotype. In fact, let’s go all the way up 85 and 985 and then a ways up 441 to Clayton, Georgia.