But if you're a Tesla owner, you don't need a Supercharger to fill up your Tesla's battery. With a Tesla, you can literally charge anywhere—as long as there's an electrical outlet. All public Level 2 (220 volt) charging stations, including EV Connect's, use the same universal connector (a J1772) to plug into an EV.
Are charging stations free?
Guests can initiate a charge with Blink's mobile application. Cost Per Charge: In the states that permit kilowatt-hour pricing, fees for Level 2 EV charging stations owned by Blink and operated on the Blink Network range from $0.39 to $0.79 per kWh, depending on the state and individual's membership status.
Is it free to charge Tesla?
Up until this year, Tesla provided a handy perk for owners: they could charge their vehicles up at any of the company's Supercharger stations for free. Starting on Friday, “existing owners can give free, unlimited Supercharging to up to five friends by sharing their referral code,” according to a Tesla spokesperson.