Stopped at the Greenwich CT Supercharger today. 3 out of 4 spots ICEd. The ICE people in the car next to me, whom I kindly asked to move in case another Tesla wanted to charge, sounded as if they couldn't care less. They meant that there are so few Teslas that the chance of blocking somebody's charging would be minimal.
I think that there could rather be few Teslas there BECAUSE OF the ICEing. I for one will most likely not come back to this location, but would plan a road trip around other SC if at all possible.
Do you think that this problem will go away once a critical mass of Teslas appear on the roads? Or will it be the other way around, Tesla owners learn to avoid the most ICEd SCs so that these will be completely taken over by ICE and never see a Tesla?
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