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    Senior Member dhrivnak's Avatar
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    70 amp charging in Tennessee?

    I am about to make a 1000 trip across Tennessee to be part of EVCCON. While TN has done a great job of putting in hundreds of J-1772 they are all crippled at 30 amps. Are there any higher powererd options near Nashville and Knoxville?

    My j1772 combiner idea is not working out.

    Thank you

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    Roadster #1144 + Sig 114 dsm363's Avatar
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    I checked Plugshare and didn't see any. While only 40A, RV parks might be the way to go if you can't find anything else. Maybe some other Roadster owners have a HPC and can help you out. Good luck on your trip.
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