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Welcome Break introduces Tesla Superchargers electric vehicle charging points to motorway network

Tesla Supercharger

Welcome Break has announced it is becoming the first service station operator to introduce Tesla Superchargers electric vehicle charging points to UK motorway network sites.

It will install Superchargers across seven of its UK sites. Three have already opened, including South Mimms, which initially has two charging bays, and Hopwood Park and Oxford services, which both have six bays. Other sites will be announced in due course.

The Tesla Model S has a range of 310 miles and the Superchargers can provide 50% of range in 20 minutes. 

The new installations will take the total number of Superchargers in the UK to more than 100 at 29 locations.

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