Domenick Nati told Insider that he plugged his electric car into a supercharger on Friday when it was 19 degrees outside. The car’s battery level was at 40% at the time.
“Two hours went by and not much changed,” Nati told the outlet. “It was very slow and the numbers got lower as the temperature dropped. Eventually, it stopped charging altogether.”
Nati said he tried charging the car at home, but having no luck there he went to another supercharger Saturday afternoon.