CARACAS, Venezuela — Car charger, car charger, chargers.
The answer may be simple: it’s almost always a Tesla.
This is the conclusion of a study by the Venezuelan government, which has set up an initiative to evaluate and develop chargers that will be available in the coming years.
In a recent study, the government said its own survey found that 83% of people were satisfied with the charging infrastructure they have.
But the electric car industry is also a source of concern for Venezuelans.
More than a third of Venezuelans said they had trouble finding a good car charger in the first place, according to a survey conducted by the National Public Radio and a government-owned news outlet, the Voice of Venezuela.
Car chargers are usually designed to be plugged into a wall socket and are meant to be used for charging the car.
Tesla has long offered an extensive range of charging systems for the Tesla Model S, Model X and other electric cars, but the company’s new range of products has been limited to plug-in hybrids.
Venezuelan car chargers generally require a car to be in the garage and must be connected to a cable running to a wall outlet.
While Tesla has also introduced new charging models, the Model S and Model X have always come with an onboard battery that can be used to charge the car for up to 10 hours.
And for the past several years, Tesla has been offering an upgrade to its Tesla Roadster and Model S line of cars that allows the driver to recharge the vehicle with a solar-powered car charger.
According to the company, the new battery is about 3.7 pounds.
That’s less than the size of a small backpack, but Tesla says it’s not a problem.
It’s also not the only electric car charging solution that’s made in Venezuela.
The government says it has launched a new car charger program that has been rolled out nationwide and has also installed a network of chargers in public parking lots.
Volkswagen also recently began offering its electric vehicles with an extra charge feature.
For now, the car charger is the easiest to use in the world.
Even with a Tesla, there are still some caveats: Charging stations are often crowded and charging time varies by state.
At home, car charger charging requires that a cord with a battery plug must be plugged in.
Car charger charging requires a car that has a solar panel, and some car owners prefer solar panels over traditional outlets.
A recent study by Car Connection magazine estimated that more than 4,000 cars and trucks were on the road in Venezuela at the end of 2016, and many of those were on public streets, parking lots and public spaces.
Some car owners have also been getting behind the wheel of their own Tesla, charging it in public and using the Tesla’s remote controls to turn on the charging station.
Although charging is becoming easier and more convenient for people in Venezuela, many are still concerned about the safety of the technology.