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This morning BARSTOW looking ready for the online button to be pressed. NOT NEXT TO DEL TACO. In front of Fatburger, Jersey Mike's, Starbucks and IHOP. There's a truck stop directly behind it. Carls Jr and Habit burger directly across the street.

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So, two locations in Barstow? Nice.
 

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So, two locations in Barstow? Nice.
No, just correcting the location slightly. I had put it in the wrong parking lot.
 


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Stoked to see the network starting to expand!

I drove through Fortuna and Ukiahearlier this month, pre commissioning.

Currently in British Colombia but will be headed through eastern Oregon next week.

Anyone heard news on the location in Crescent, OR?

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Are there any pull thru chargers in the Lynwood location?
Lynnwood has no progress yet and looks to be a parking lot that has yet to be converted based on the pin location
 

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Stoked to see the network starting to expand!

I drove through Fortuna and Ukiahearlier this month, pre commissioning.

Currently in British Colombia but will be headed through eastern Oregon next week.

Anyone heard news on the location in Crescent, OR?

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I visited this site on Monday and found that it hasn't progressed since May.

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I'm an R1S reservation holder (2023 delivery) and currently on my third Tesla. I assumed -- apparently in error based on this thread -- that RAN would be able to copy or exceed Tesla's network rollout from 9 years ago. I was happy with that as an early Model S adopter - really no issues over maybe 50 long haul trips between Oregon and Los Angeles over the years. The current RAN rollout looks like a disaster compared to Tesla's rollout a decade ago. I'm not sure I want to buy a car that has to rely on public charging networks -- a big part of being willing to sit in the queue was the thought that the RAN network would be like Tesla's and I wouldn't have to worry about finding a working (and high speed) public charger. As nice as it is to think that I can charge at Yosemite for the one time a decade I go there, I'd rather know that I have a private charging network on the interstate for trips I'm taking all the time.
 

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I'm an R1S reservation holder (2023 delivery) and currently on my third Tesla. I assumed -- apparently in error based on this thread -- that RAN would be able to copy or exceed Tesla's network rollout from 9 years ago. I was happy with that as an early Model S adopter - really no issues over maybe 50 long haul trips between Oregon and Los Angeles over the years. The current RAN rollout looks like a disaster compared to Tesla's rollout a decade ago. I'm not sure I want to buy a car that has to rely on public charging networks -- a big part of being willing to sit in the queue was the thought that the RAN network would be like Tesla's and I wouldn't have to worry about finding a working (and high speed) public charger. As nice as it is to think that I can charge at Yosemite for the one time a decade I go there, I'd rather know that I have a private charging network on the interstate for trips I'm taking all the time.

Rivian never said they would match the number of chargers Tesla has. However, Tesla will be opening their charging stations to nonTeslas later this year or next year.
 

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I'm an R1S reservation holder (2023 delivery) and currently on my third Tesla. I assumed -- apparently in error based on this thread -- that RAN would be able to copy or exceed Tesla's network rollout from 9 years ago. I was happy with that as an early Model S adopter - really no issues over maybe 50 long haul trips between Oregon and Los Angeles over the years. The current RAN rollout looks like a disaster compared to Tesla's rollout a decade ago. I'm not sure I want to buy a car that has to rely on public charging networks -- a big part of being willing to sit in the queue was the thought that the RAN network would be like Tesla's and I wouldn't have to worry about finding a working (and high speed) public charger. As nice as it is to think that I can charge at Yosemite for the one time a decade I go there, I'd rather know that I have a private charging network on the interstate for trips I'm taking all the time.
Tesla is certainly better at making a charging network than creative design for new vehicles. Maybe they should just switch to building chargers only.
 

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I'm an R1S reservation holder (2023 delivery) and currently on my third Tesla. I assumed -- apparently in error based on this thread -- that RAN would be able to copy or exceed Tesla's network rollout from 9 years ago. I was happy with that as an early Model S adopter - really no issues over maybe 50 long haul trips between Oregon and Los Angeles over the years. The current RAN rollout looks like a disaster compared to Tesla's rollout a decade ago. I'm not sure I want to buy a car that has to rely on public charging networks -- a big part of being willing to sit in the queue was the thought that the RAN network would be like Tesla's and I wouldn't have to worry about finding a working (and high speed) public charger. As nice as it is to think that I can charge at Yosemite for the one time a decade I go there, I'd rather know that I have a private charging network on the interstate for trips I'm taking all the time.
A decade ago? Tesla had 7 supercharging stations at the end of 2012.
 

 
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