Tesla's charging stations crush the competition in new J.D. Power report
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Tesla's public charging network was integral in getting the brand off the ground a decade ago, and it continues to stay ahead of the pack as more electric vehicles enter the market.
The automaker's destination chargers and high-speed Superchargers were ranked highest in J.D. Power's 2022 U.S. Electric Vehicle Experience Public Charging Study.
The study asked users to rate charging networks on a variety of factors ranging from charging speed and cost to reliability and safety of the locations.
Tesla's 240-volt destination chargers, which take several hours to fully charge a vehicle, scored 680 points out of 1,000, ahead of Volta at 667 and ChargePoint at 637. The industry average was 633, down from 643 in 2021.
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