Tesla Motors has launched its first supercharger stations on the East Coast, expanding its network for Tesla Model S owners looking for a quick charge while on the go.

The new supercharger stations are found in Milford, Connecticut and Newark, Delaware and are designed for Model S owners traveling from Boston to Washington to get free long distance driving.

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The expansion of Tesla’s supercharger stations in the Northeast is just the beginning, as the American electric automaker plans to expand to over 100 stations nationwide by 2015. A thirty-minute charge from a supercharger station can give the Model S around a 150-mile range, or approximately three hours of driving time.

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By Jason Siu