Saint-Louis-de-Blandford Supercharger now open [Quebec]

Tesla owners in Quebec have their first new Supercharger station of 2023 in Saint-Louis-de-Blandford, following station openings in British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario last month.

The Saint-Louis-de-Blandford Supercharger began construction more than six months ago when it was spotted being built at the Porte de L’Érable rest stop (185 2 Rang). It was an interesting find because the location was not included a potential Supercharger station on Tesla’s find-us map.

As with many other Supercharger locations construction was completed quickly before it sat idle waiting for the final connections to the grid. While we have yet to receive any reports of owners visiting the Supercharger it has been turned on today, according to the Tesla website which now shows the station as being open.

The new station has also been added to the in-car navigation, showing fees range from $0.34/min up to $1.80/min.

The site features 20 V3 Supercharger stalls and nearby amenities include a Tim Hortons/A&W, and an Ultramar gas station and convenience store. There is also a 4 stall Circuit Electrique DC fast charging station in the same parking lot.

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