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"Tesla is in talks to open up its Supercharger network to other automakers in Germany, according to the country’s minister of transport." - seems applicable to Germany for now, but if it works there, it will be hard to argue it cannot work elsewhere as well ...
 

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With Tesla’s charging system being so vast, it would be good to have access to in the short term. With more EVs coming, more chargers will be built to support them but as of now, the build pace is slow. Let’s hope that can happen here as well.
 

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Problem with CCS cars using a Tesla charger is the connecter cable length and position on the charger body. Most cars will not properly align to the charger cable when in the correct parking spot.
Tesla will have to provide a additional method for CCS cars to hookup to their chargers. Remains to be seen how that will work. The main advantage for CCS drivers is the ability to use Tesla chargers where CCS chargers have not been built out yet. Eventually all EV chargers will have to be standardized just like gas pumps are.
 
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