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Charging on the Road: Finding Stations
There are hundreds of public charging stations in the Chicago metro area. Most of these stations are equipped with Level 2 chargers, and some are equipped with direct-current (DC) fast chargers. How can you find these public charging stations? PlugShare is a free, user-friendly, online and mobile map available that identifies the locations of charging stations across the country and displays in real-time whether they are in use. It also differentiates between regular and “high-power” stations that can charge your car faster, includes Tesla’s “supercharger” network, and even allows individuals to open up their residential chargers for public use.
Learn more about the types of public chargers from this Clean Cities resource.