On November 14, recharges will begin to be charged

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The Tesla Supercharger Network will no longer be free in Mexico and will start charging top-ups per kWh used, in addition to fees for inactivity, according to a Tweet from account Tesla Owners Mexico (@co_tesla).

This measure will start to apply from November 14after almost six years in which was not charged to the owners of a Tesla for the use of Superchargers in the country.

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So far there is no information about how much will it cost to recharge a Tesla in the Superchargers, but the official website of Tesla in Mexico indicates that the cost per kWh is the “fairer and simpler method”but in other areas they charge a fee per minute of service.

In addition, it points out that the prices for using a Supercharger can vary depending on location and also over time, therefore, the specific cost of each station will be displayed in the selected pin pop-up window that appears in the navigation application on the electrician’s touch screen.

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In order to make correct use of the Superchargers, Tesla recommends that its users in Mexico keep updated their payment details from the Tesla app.

Mexico was the first country in Latin America to have a Tesla Superchargers station, which was inaugurated in 2016 at the mall Galleries Cuernavacalocated in Cuernavaca, Morelos, exactly in the kilometer 87.5 of the Mexico-Acapulco highway.

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