Knowing how to set a charging limit on Tesla is a key part of ownership.
Being able to charge anywhere has become a need for most Tesla owners. In order to do so, you would have to adapt your Tesla plug. When using an adapter to charge your Tesla, it is very important to follow the 80% rule. This rule is in place to make sure you can get consistent charging and to avoid tripping a breaker.
In this edition of AC WORKS™ Wisdom, we show you how to do just that.
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