MetLife electric-car charging station for employee use – Johnstown, Pennsylvania
It’s called “ICE-ing,” and sooner or later, every electric-car driver experiences it.
The term refers to a non-electric car with an internal combustion engine (or ICE) occupying a parking space where a public charging station is located.
The car is thereby blocking electric cars from recharging at that station, whether accidentally or deliberately, out of laziness or, perhaps occasionally, malice.
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Now there’s a solution to the problem, or perhaps more accurately, a workaround.
It falls into the category of ideas that evoke a response along the lines of: “DUH! Why didn’t I think of that?”... read more at: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1095906_electric-car-charging-station-blocked-get-an-extension-cord