It is required for charging. We’ll take a look at some Tesla EV chargers that can be utilized.
If you use the 110 volt charger, it will last up to 80 hours of charging at a speed of around four miles. It’s ideal for users doing short-distance traveling or those that do not travel for days. A 230 v requires an adapter with a 1450 watt and this will take about 11 hours of charge time at a speed of 30 miles an hour.
It’s the fastest way to charge and can be charged in as little as seven hours and at 45 miles an hour. That means you could charge it overnight , then it is good to go early in the morning. A Tesla wall charger could be the best option if you are driving your car lot and often. It’s as simple to connect, simply plug it into your car in a maximum of 7 hours.
All in all, there are few different options to choose from. Before you pick a charger conduct extensive research so you know what the best fit is for you.