defiancecp wrote:I don't know any details about chargepoint or the lax chargers, but you mentioned another space was supposed to be available but had a volt instead - maybe the zev guy thought yours was the one that wasn't supposed to be there?
rpmdk wrote:I feel a little bad for this person (only a little) - this kind of thing is going to be happening a lot in the future, will everyone get the name and shame?
It could have been an innocent mistake.
GeekEV wrote:EVSE vigilanteism - only on MNL...
mwalsh wrote:I prefer to think of it as brothers looking after one another.
As it is, Vitor has had to spend 3 hours longer at LAX than he had originally planned (according to the CP app he's still going, and so far has consumed 10.98kWh) all thanks to MY ZEV's inconsiderate behavior.
Now, obviously, we haven't heard MY ZEV's side of the story. And I'm sure there is a point of view that he/she thinks is perfectly reasonable.
GeekEV wrote:Don't get me wrong, I'm not condoning MY ZEV's behavior. I just think we're funny!
mwalsh wrote:Actually, I was thinking I might be willing to go back over and plug MY ZEV back in, if there is popular support for the idea?
abasile wrote:mwalsh wrote:Actually, I was thinking I might be willing to go back over and plug MY ZEV back in, if there is popular support for the idea?
This is funny. My suggestion would be to plug MY ZEV back in, along with a nice note explaining how the consequences of his/her discourteous and/or clueless behavior were graciously dealt with. It's best to give people the benefit of the doubt whenever possible. You are behaving as an EV "brother" indeed!