Here's the link:

I'm told several versions were made. The maintainer of the site where this is 
housed (, and the author of this one suggested a little editing - 
“This vehicle” would become “your vehicle” and some of the “Electric Vehicle 
Recharging Station” redundancy could be eliminated.

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> On Dec 8, 2017, at 4:27 AM, Dan Baker via EV <> wrote:
> Hey everyone thanks for the response so far.  I agree now, better to try a
> more friendly method then resort to push & threaten.  So frustrating
> though, easy to get caught up.  Would love to see some of those printed
> cards/flyers Mark!
> Cheers
> Dan
>> On Thu, Dec 7, 2017 at 5:38 PM, Lee Hart via EV <> wrote:
>> EVDL Administrator via EV wrote:
>>> So maybe I'd try a bit of gentle humor.
>>> I'd park my EV behind an ICEd spot.  I'd have someone take a picture of me
>>> holding the charging cable that I'd pulled out past the ICEV toward my EV
>>> -
>>> but darn it, it just won't quite reach.
>>> I'd make a windshield for the offending vehicles flyer with that pic, and
>>> a
>>> little text, something like "Sorry for the inconvenience, but could you
>>> please try to leave at least one of the EV chargers available?"  I'd sign
>>> it
>>> something silly like "A member of the rare and endangered Nova Scotia
>>> species, EV Driver."
>>> That's just off the top of my head, and I'm sure you can come up with
>>> something much more creative and entertaining.
>>> But I think the key is to (at least at first) avoid being confrontational.
>>> Assume they're polite people, which is probably easier to believe in
>>> Canada
>>> than in the US, and just need to be gently reminded of their manners.
>>> I love it! It's worth a try. :-)
>> I remember a study on how hard it is to make signs that people will
>> actually respond to. You have to somehow make it memorable, connect with
>> the reader, and make him want to join "your" side. Humor is a good way to
>> do this.
>> For example, a sign that says simply "No littering" is completely useless.
>> In contrast, one of the most effective was an old Pogo cartoon for Earth
>> Day. It shows Pogo Possum attempting to clean up the litter in his beloved
>> swamp. The caption reads, "We have met the enemy, and he is us."
>> --
>> If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to
>> each other.
>>    (Mother Teresa)
>> --
>> Lee Hart, 814 8th Ave N, Sartell MN 56377,
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