This article was updated on June 7th, 2020
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The Marine Mammal Center
Adult Male Elephant Seal weighs up to 4,500 LBS (2,040 KG) and length up to 15 feet (4.6M). Northern elephant seals can dive to more than 5,000 feet and can stay understater for 2 hours at a time!
This is the urgent care section of The Marine Mammal Center where they are treating animals that have been poisoned by the contaminated food they were once safe to eat.
San Jose, CA – Coleman Avenue Supercharger
I embarked to this supercharger and it appeared there were a few free stalls but I arrived to see all 12-stalls were occupied. I waited 5 minutes for someone to leave to find I could only charge at 36 kW (yuck!) because I was sharing a paired stall with another Tesla. It would have taken an estimated hour and 25 minutes to charge up to 80%!
My Turo host thankfully had a Prepaid EV recharge option for returning the Model X with a low state of charge for $30/trip. There was no way I was going to get this car up to 80% and not miss my flight back home. Had the car had the proper plug (J1772 plug) I would have gotten some charge initiated before leaving for the airport. Another after-thought would have been to go to a less-busy Tesla Supercharger.