Tesla extends free Supercharging to all stations in Poland and Slovakia amid Russia-Ukraine war

Tesla has taken another step to help those fleeing the situation in Ukraine.

Last month the automaker opened up their Supercharger network to all electric vehicle (EV) owners attempting to flee the country, but only at four stations – one each in Poland and Slovakia, and two in Hungary.

According to an email shared on Reddit, free Supercharging has now been enabled at all stations in Poland and Slovakia.

According to Tesla’s website, there are nine Superchargers in Poland and four in Slovakia.

The email does not specify if all EVs will be able to take advantage of this offer.

This is just the latest example of Elon Musk doing what he can to help the people affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Through his other company SpaceX, Musk has activated Starlink satellite internet service in Ukraine, and already sent hundreds of Starlink terminals to the country.

In a video conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky earlier this week, Musk committed to sending even more terminals to help keep the government and citizens connected to the rest of the world as Russian continues their attacks on the nation’s communication infrastructure.

SpaceX updates Starlink to be powered by car cigarette lighter and to allow for mobile roaming in Ukraine


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