I would love to see a big light on the top of the charge head that goes green
while charging, amber when the charger ramps down to the end of charge and red
when done. A (not so) subtle hint of the state of the charging spot - in use
through to hogging. It would make parking attendants able to credit say a 1
hour limit after charge end before getting a ticket. I know charge point and
sometime my car both let me know when it’s finished charging. I am sure others
> On Dec 13, 2017, at 12:55, Cor van de Water <cwa...@proxim.com> wrote:
> That is why it is so infuriating to see the same Tesla S always parked in the
> first EV charging stall at a local hospital,
> clearly a member of the staff, never plugged in. And plenty other EVs
> scrambling to get the charging cords stretched
> out to the adjacent parking spots when available, there are 4 L2 charging
> spots and a few other L1 spaces for
> opportunity charging, but I see adjacent non-EV charging spaces with EVs in
> them and cords stretched to the max
> to reach those spaces, while the S sits there the whole day every day not
> Apparently, that person does not want to get the message, so unless the
> policies are changed and he is towed,
> he is going to block the charging spot for everyone....
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> From: EV [mailto:ev-boun...@lists.evdl.org] On Behalf Of Lawrence Harris via
> Sent: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 12:43 PM
> To: Electric Vehicle Discussion List
> Cc: Lawrence Harris
> Subject: Re: [EVDL] Combating ICED EV parking spaces
> 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.
> Lawrence Harris
>> On Dec 13, 2017, at 12:26, brucedp5 via EV <email@example.com> wrote:
>> lly-cause-damage/ ... 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
>> 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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