Tesla allows other EVs to use its Supercharger network

Only in the Netherlands for now

Tesla is rolling out a pilot program in the Netherlands that will allow non-Tesla EVs to use its Supercharger network.

Non-Tesla drivers that want to use one of Tesla’s Supercharger locations will need to download the Tesla app and create an account. Once created, they can select “Charge Your Non-Tesla,” choose the location, add a payment method and start charging.

The list of Supercharger locations in the Netherlands that are a part of the company’s testing program includes:

  • Sassenheim

  • Apeldoorn Oost

  • Meerkerk

  • Hengelo

  • Tilburg

  • Duiven

  • Breukelen

  • Naarden

  • Eemnes

  • Zwolle

Late last year, when popular Tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee questioned on Twitter why other automakers took Tesla’s other to use its Supercharging network, Tesla CEO Elon Musk replied, saying, “They are, although it’s kind low-key. Tesla Superchargers are being made accessible to other electric cars.”

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