Tesla enables free Supercharging in Israel

Tesla has enabled free Supercharging at all stations in Israel amid the ongoing crisis in the country. The offer was first communicated to owners via email, and later announced by CEO Elon Musk on X.

According to the email, which has since been shared on X (formerly Twitter), the offer is unconditional and available 24 hours per day until further notice. Tesla’s website currently lists 17 Supercharger stations across the country, with an additional 4 listed as coming soon.

This is not the first time Tesla has done what they can to help out owners during emergency and crisis situations. The company is well known to enable free Supercharger during natural disasters like hurricanes, giving owners piece of mind. Tesla also enabled free Supercharging in areas impacted by the situation in Ukraine, allowing free access at all Superchargers in Poland Slovakia.

Tesla also opened up free access to Superchargers in China during the coronavirus outbreak in early 2020, helping owners travel easily and quickly away from affected areas.

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