Tesla has invested millions of dollars into building a national network of Supercharger stations.

Tesla owners can plug in their vehicles and obtain up to 170 miles of driving range within a half hour. Supercharger stations are strategically placed in shopping centers and enable drivers to travel across the commonwealth and the country. Visit Tesla.com for more information about Supercharger stations in the U.S., or check the map below for Virginia Supercharger locations.

Supercharger locations in Virginia

Tesla has invested millions of dollars into building a national network of Superchargers where Tesla owners can plug in their vehicles and obtain up to 170 miles of driving range within a half hour. Current Tesla owners can use Supercharger stations at no cost. Owners who purchase a Tesla after Jan. 1, 2017, will receive roughly 1,000 miles worth of free Supercharging credits. Beyond that, there will be a small fee to Supercharge which will be charged incrementally and cost less than the price of filling up a comparable gas car. The map below shows Tesla Supercharger locations across the commonwealth.

Destination Charging Stations in Virginia

More than 50 hotels, restaurants, wineries and other businesses from Virginia Beach to Abingdon to Leesburg have set up destination charging stations, where patrons and in many instances the general public can re-charge their Tesla vehicles. Visit Tesla.com for more information about charging locations in Virginia and across the U.S.

Charging at Home

Tesla vehicles can charge through a NEMA 14-50 (240-volt) outlet, or through a Tesla Wall Connector, which can be installed by an electrician. Learn more about charging at home.