As of this moment, there are 32 states where you can Supercharge your Tesla Model S, but still 18 in which you cannot.

Why can't you? Simply because there is not yet a Supercharger in any of these 18 states.

The 18 states where you cannot Supercharge right now include:

Tesla Supercharger network by the end of 2015. Impressive!

Tesla Supercharger network by the end of 2015. Impressive!

  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arkansas
  4. Hawaii
  5. Idaho
  6. Iowa
  7. Kentucky
  8. Louisiana
  9. Maine
  10. Massachusetts
  11. Mississippi
  12. Missouri
  13. Nebraska
  14. New Hampshire
  15. North Dakota
  16. Oklahoma
  17. Vermont
  18. West Virginia
Tesla began building its Supercharger network in the middle of 2012 and at this very point in time, there are 112 (and counting) Supercharger stations in North America (109 in the U.S.).

While we don't expect Tesla to be able to fill in the remaining 18 states overnight, we do believe that many of those Supercharger-less states will be crossed off the list soon.

Tesla's current U.S. Superchargers support complete east & west coast coverage, as well as coast-to-coast travel for the Model S.

An incredible picture of a Tesla supercharger in California, straight from Tesla Motors' website.

An incredible picture of a Tesla supercharger in California, straight from Tesla Motors' website.

Source: 24/7 Wall Street