It works both ways too. I often see EV’s or plug in hybrids parked in the EV
spot with either the charger not plugged or the charger at end of cycle.
As was noted it’s an EV charging spot, not an EV parking spot. I often don’t
bother with the EV spot because I don’t need the charge.
> On Dec 13, 2017, at 12:26, brucedp5 via EV <email@example.com> wrote:
> ... stuffing party horns in a car’s tailpipe is a lot funnier ...
> No one should cause harm to the ice offender or their property.
> Getting everyone to understand, an EV spot is NOT a parking spot.
> *It is a charging spot.
> There should be EV charging spot signage stating tow-away & fines if non-EVs
> block the EV charging spot. And there must be a city or campus ordinance to
> back the signage up. City or campus police then need to be educated by
> making that ordinance part of their SOP (standard operating procedure).
> Then you can call the police to enforce the ordinance by towing the ice away
> (the ice offender won't do that again).
>> a bumper sticker that reads "I hate polar bears so much I park in EV
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