Tesla Offers Free Supercharging in Some Countries Near Ukraine, for All EVs

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Tesla has started notifying customers in Europe of free Supercharging, specifically in “areas impacted by the recent situation in Ukraine.”

According to an email sent out by the automaker and shared by Łukasz Średnicki (via @SawyerMerritt), Tesla says customers can “charge for free in parts of Poland, Slovakia and Hungary, starting with the following Superchargers:

  • Trzebownisko (Poland)
  • Košice (Slovakia)
  • Miskolc (Hungary)
  • Debrecen (Hungary)

Tesla says, “beginning Monday, we are temporarily enabling free Supercharging for both Tesla and non-Tesla vehicles at sites in areas impacted by the recent situation in Ukraine.” This means a Tesla or any electric vehicle can charge at Superchargers for free. The automaker only recently opened up its Superchargers to non-EVs in Europe.

“We hope that this helps give you the peace of mind to get to a safe location,” explains the email. “As always, tap any site on your car’s touchscreen to see current pricing. Safe travels.”

Meanwhile, yesterday, after a request for Starlink internet in Ukraine, SpaceX and Elon Musk made the latter available, allowing the country remain connected.