You can easily do this yourself with Plugshare. There are no chargers 50kW or higher. Period. If you remove power filter (set to zero) and then set plugs to CCS, you will see all DC chargers. Only one is Circle K, which is 24kW. Lots of level 2 chargers.
Of course you're going there in 6...
You are wrong.
Why would they have? There is no bill signed into law yet.
Incorrect. You could have overpaid them $30,000. Irrelevant.
The black plastic section doesn't flex. It lists for ~$700. Requires hours of labor to remove lower lip, bumper, then black section and replace it. If fins break, but mechanism and mounting is intact, they can be replaced.
We went last year. Poor attendance, despite being in a green-centric area. Maybe 15 non-vehicle owners. A bunch of Teslas, 3 Mach-Es, a Bolt. This year instead of behind a town hall it is at a major shopping center.
More interest at a recent Cars and Coffee.
That's pretty clearly an impact mark, wouldn't you think? Ford doesn't cover a rock or other debris hitting your windshield (nor does any other auto maker). Contact your insurance company. Glass claims MAY have a different deductible, or no deductible (required in some states).
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Same thing goes for other "threshold" measures. For example, whether you have to pay a Medicare "penalty" is solely based on income. So if that same person only has $50k in income but $3 million (or billion) in assets, they pay no surcharge.
Many people do things I wouldn't do.
But again, INCOME and VALUE OF VEHICLE have no relationship. Monthly payments as a percentage of income, sure. Or paying cash as a percentage of total assets.
A 60 year old retire can have $50k in income and $3 million in the bank.