The charging options out there can be confusing. The Bolt comes with a Level I EVSE for 110/120V charging at 8 or 12 amps but most Bolt owners will want to use Level II charging at up to 32 amps when charging at home. For faster charging when on the road the Bolt can be ordered with Level III combined charging system (CCS) DC Fast Charging as a $750 option, then you can charge at up to 80kw rate for up to 90 miles EV range for 30 minutes of CCS charging. Commercial DC Fast Charging stations are not yet as widely available as Level II charging stations. Many early Level III charging stations were 25kw, most are limited to 50kw. In the future there will likely be 100kw and 125kw Level III charging stations. Earlier DC Fast Charging installations were equipped with the CHAdeMO vehicle connector used by Nissan with the Leaf, some other EVs. These early DC Fast Charging stations are in some cases being upgraded to also include a CCS connector (the upgraded Level III charger will have one CHAdeMO connector and one CCS connector.) Tesla has their own Destination Chargers and also the Tesla SuperCharger Network. Tesla Destination chargers are typically found at resorts, hotels, etc. for recharging Tesla Vehicles. The Bolt can use a Tesla Destination Charger if the Tesla Destination Charger has a J1772 connector in addition to a Tesla connector, else the Bolt can be charged with the Tesla connector using a suitable adapter. Tesla's SuperChargers are located on or near interstate highway interchanges. The Bolt cannot currently connect to Tesla's SuperCharger network nor has Tesla announced plans for other than Tesla's vehicles to be able to do so.Had my first visit to a local Chevy dealer a couple of weeks ago to look at a Bolt and was mostly pleased. The largest problem was not seeing a CHAdeMO plug. I understand that Chevy said charging would be available using one and that it would also be available at Tesla Superchargers. That has since been shown to be false. The dealer had no one who knew what I was talking about. I got an offer through email with no information about quick charging. Sent a reply asking again about quick charge. No reply. What is going on?
The Plugshare web site and app provides information on Level II and High Power (Level III) charging stations: https://www.plugshare.com/
The following article explains some of the source of the confusion regarding the Chevrolet Bolt charging options: https://electrek.co/2016/12/06/tesla-supercharger-chevy-bolt-ev-chargingpoint/