don’t have mine yet. I was referencing another owner who had taken delivery and expected the Ford pass feature that enables plug and charge to charge him at the lower EA rate but was charged at the non member rate (despite him being a member) since Ford pass hadn’t connected the two accounts
Looks like we’re all part of same club. I actually switched mine from the one north of here to Bellevue, much better service so far and sounds like that followed through with sale for @SpaceNeedle . Although mine will be a while yet. Build shifted back to March :(
Good to know that’s an option but I think I’ll end up spending more money that way so may be best to just go for the garage. Plus then I can claim electricity is for washer/dryer and avoid the electricity noob/electric vehicle owner tax!
Thanks for posting, this seems closest to my unique situation.
I’m looking to purchase a house (built 1946 but extensive renovations). I have no idea if there’s enough amperage (not electrician forgive wrong use of terminology) but my main problem is the off-street parking is roughly 90ft away...
There’s a reason for that. Too many variables. Isn’t much use having a 400 page thread about insurance when only a small percentage match your scenario of age, discounts, driving length, coverage differences, parking scenario, city, accident history, secondary drivers, trim level, blah, blah...
Thanks for clarification but you missed my point. The avg driver knows brembo brakes but they purposefully chose not use the name brand on premium even though it has them. It saved the name recognition for the GT