Nice! Confused with the parking. Is it parallel to the charger or should be at 90 parking directly in front? Will the cable reach parked the other way?Worked perfectly. But the short cable is a problem.
Using a Ford to parallel park blocking other Tesla chargers in the snow.Worked perfectly. But the short cable is a problem.
No cause they are actually using the charger.Using a Ford to parallel park blocking other Tesla chargers in the snow.
Does that count as ICEing?
Like Tesla owners aren’t already gonna be mad enough the “outsiders” are invading their territory.
Except if an extension cable was needed, it would likely be on the non-Tesla driver to own it. From an engineering standpoint, I'd imagine it's not feasible or perhaps even efficient or safe to add a CCS adapter and then an extension cable on to the end of the Tesla cable.Just to be clear, there were 8 chargers open, I was the only one there at 745am and 22 degrees outside. I just wanted to see this was real, I only charged for 5 minutes.
Maybe there can be an after market extension cable. Due to the power it would need to be short but 3 feet would have been all I needed today.
Not a good test for charging speed. My SOC was already at 75% and it was around 22 degrees out but I still got 30kw. This was just for the experience. Pretty obscure place to try the first one, I guess that was the point.What kind of kw was it delivering?
I don’t think that much thought went into it. It looks like the adaptor was hastily designed so they could grab some of those sweet, sweet government handouts. I don’t blame them.Tesla designers have to know what a pain this will be for some EV owners. There has to be a level of trolling involved here on their part. The CEO sets the tone...