Yes, any EV can charge from any Tesla Destination Charger using the simple (4 wires) JDapter
because Tesla uses J1772 charging protocol on any Tesla's chargers, including Tesla's Home (Wall Connector)
and mobile chargers (Mobile Connector). JDapter does not fit to Tesla Destination charger in Europe.
The next answer may be dedicated to a Darwin Award Winner of the year :
The answer is NO for L3 DC Superchargers!! Even your JDapter fits. Tesla protocol is smart enough to detect that you try to supply 400VDC to 240VAC circuits, but if not? Do you aspire to win the award??
Prepare for the trouble before you have 5% left in your battery. The SoC 5% is the threshold for almost any EV,
then the warnings continued as EV drives through a 1% battery. Usually, after the 1% or 2% a "Turtle Mode" starts.
So you see Yellow/red Turtle (or another picture warning) on your dashboard and your EV does not exceed 20mph.
The turtle is the stress for your EV battery and the system tries to protect the most expensive part of your EV.
Some Li-ion packs die if you discharge it to 0%
Here is what you suppose to do if you have less then 1%:
If you have your mobile charger and 30 feet extension cable with a few adapters inside your EV than you are OK. Drive slowly and try to get some bars on your mobile phone. If no bars are present than try to find a camp-ground or any building from some elevation, watching closely for any presence of civilization:
From 2019, you can buy the Model 3 for just $35,000 (not from tesla.com) without all the advanced features. You should go to a Tesla shop and negotiate the deal with a Tesla Manager face-to-face. The name of the Tesla: "Standard Range Model 3" without EAP. To clarify that you are still buying a modern EV, consider the features that you will get:
The majority of J1772 chargers have a NEMA14-50P plug,
these are L2 and Ampacity range: 30A-48A. The
NEMA14-50 considered as an EV standard plug
or receptacle from 2010. The EV NEMA14-50 connector cost $14 in Home Depot while other can cost you many times more.
Eg: non-NEMA CS8264 "garbage compactor" connector will cost you $130. If you live in a complex and pay a joint el. bill than
you may consider to make an adapter and charge overnight from the compactor, concider it compacts once in a working day during 10 minutes.
You can connect your J1772 to any NEMA14-50R in RV camp or warehouse. Also, you can plug it to
NEMA14-30R (new dryer outlet) if you do not have the neutral prong! And save $50 on an additional adapter.
But you can NOT use the EV NEMA14-50 w/o the neutral prong to connect an RV with a NEMA14-50R camp outlet! This kind of plug or the extension cable is proprietary to EV. Unfortunately, only one smart company OpenEVSE.com just (in 2019) realized that it can save money on the neutral wire and stated its charger for NEMA 2 outlets: 14-40R and 14-30R, as you see in the J1772 table. Because the neutral conductor never participates in the L2 J1772 circuits.
The neutral condactor is for the "Split Phase" to deliver 120VAC to your RV or home. So, if you deliver 240V instead of 120V you may burn some old electrical devices those do not have a dual Voltage.
Each State Government has a different approach to stimulate new EV-s purchase. Eg: Washington state does not charge tax on any NEW EV purchase
that has more value than a flat $2500 in California. Both states do not ask about your Federal/State Tax Affairs.
Some states (eg. Kansas and Alaska) do not have any Initiatives or Credits. Find your Initiatives here