Most probably the stations that are completely offline are undergoing updates to the new generation. The new ones are much better and worth the wait.I normally charge at home, my son needed to charge the other night and since my Polestar has a bigger battery, I have enough charge to get to work, so I thought I would just charge at an EA on my way home from work. Stopped at the EA near my house yesterday evening, and wouldn't you know it, 2 of the 3 chargers were offline. There was a car charging and another one waiting, so I looked at the app and the next closest chargers were about 3 miles away, but with traffic the way it was it would be 15 minutes, since I still had 38 percent SoC, I ended up just going home.
Looking through the app, I am seeing so many chargers that are offline. I'm talking complete charger locations with every charger offline with the following message:
"All Chargers at this station are currently unavailable. We Apologize for the inconvenience"
I took a look at the charging network I normally use in SoCal when I travel there, and near my brothers house in Eastvale, the main one I use and the biggest one in the area (Ontario Mills) is also offline! the only one within 20 miles of his house is in Corona and only has 4 chargers and is always full. That means that I would have to travel to the City of Yorba Linda, which is about 25 miles away and only has three chargers.
This is starting to become a huge problem. I normally charge 90 percent of the time at home, but depend on chargers when I travel. I'm not sure what's going on, I've never seen so many chargers offline
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