There are a few things to note about the individual charging stations, including their position.
There are separate charging areas for each range level of car – i.e. that means the more expensive cars in the top-end of the vehicle range. The lighter and cheaper cars in the bottom of the range range get stuck charging at slower speeds.
That means if you have a $25,000 premium car, and there is a $20 charging space at the bottom of the range, you might be left waiting around for up to 50 minutes. If you have a $30,000 premium car and there is a $20 charging space at the bottom, it might take you just two-and-a-half minutes to get an 80 percent charge.
There are charging stations at each of the three termini (middle of the freeway, bottom, middle) in the two corridors and each one has at least one. So if there’s a charging space at the middle of the highway, that is where you will plug in to get charged.