I’m in the Orlando area and the navigation system can find the fast dc chargers at both the Florida mall and the outlet mall. It has the kw rates listed correctly. I’ve only used the 50kw at the outlet, not the 150 or 350 at the Florida Mall.
Not sure why my car won't see DCFCs. Two different dealers looked at it.
It's only an irritant. I just plug in an I-Phone and use Apple Maps, Google Maps, Plugshare, EVgo, ChargePoint, EV Connect, memory, bread crumbs, asking strangers, calling 911, following utility poles, reading building permits, and doing grid-based search and rescue patterns. Piece of cake. It's never acknowledged a SAE Combo since it was new even while you are charging on one and save as a Favorite. However a true road trip to unfamiliar areas would require a knowledgeable EV experienced navigator with troubleshooting experience to operate the search team.
Our ABB 350kW stations are Provider NRG EVgo 120 miles away and 350 miles north is Provider Recargo neither is listed as a Provider by JLR either. There is no display of kW on any charging sites of any kind on my car with 18C. My car USED to see EVgo stations, but after they tried to 'fix' the DCFC mapping, it lists them as a Petrol Station now. EVgo is one of the more common DCFC chargers here. Almost all of them are SAE Combo.
If I go from SoCal to Las Vegas, the I-Pace with the freshest possible updates sees only one charger on route, and it's not operational yet, it's under construction. The two that work fine that I've charged at before, are not listed.