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Are you New to EVs or PHEVs? - If so you should read the EV Guidelines

Mon May 21, 2018 5:44 am

The EVguidelines website teaches Plug-IN Vehicle owners Proper Public Charging Station Etiquette.

Please Share! - The more Plug-IN owners who learn the EV Guidelines the better Public EV Charging will be for all. Thank you!

We just added a 3rd PDF for download on our website. This PDF includes all of our materials in one 6 page document. Download it, Share it and Print it out for yourself today!

Here is a direct link to the PDF: http://ev-guidelines.org/EV_Charging_Gu ... 212018.pdf

Website: http://EV-Guidelines.org

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Are you new to Plug-In Vehicles?

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Re: Are you New to EVs or PHEVs? - If so you should read the EV Guidelines

Mon May 21, 2018 11:57 am

Until that site dumps the vitriol, I wouldn't recommend it for learning EV etiquette. Not that everything there is wrong-headed - it's just best not to have to figure what is good content and what is bad when you are learning something new.
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Re: Are you New to EVs or PHEVs? - If so you should read the EV Guidelines

Tue May 22, 2018 9:26 am

LeftieBiker wrote:Until that site dumps the vitriol, I wouldn't recommend it for learning EV etiquette. Not that everything there is wrong-headed - it's just best not to have to figure what is good content and what is bad when you are learning something new.


Well, if you are only here posting proper ev etiquette you're not going to reach everyone. On just FaceBook last year I received 180,000 likes from my posts. That's a lot of people reading my material. If you can do better than you should. Just don't give negative comments on other people's work. Do something yourself as well. Be a positive member of the EV community. Just like #14 of the EVguidelines states.

I'm on Twitter & Instagram as well.

I have a lot of material out there on the internet under many different terms in order to reach as many people as possible, So, even if you don't agree with some or all of it, I'm sorry but you cannot stop me.

https://www.google.com/search?q=evguidelines&rlz=1C1ASUC_enUS641US641&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjGouPF3JnbAhXIq1kKHQhEBiAQ_AUIDCgD&biw=1920&bih=974
Are you new to Plug-In Vehicles?

Have you charged in public yet?

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Learn them today by clicking here: http://EVguidelines.com

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Re: Are you New to EVs or PHEVs? - If so you should read the EV Guidelines

Tue May 22, 2018 1:32 pm

I give driving tips. Facebook isn't something I want to participate in, although when a good, less greedy alternative gets popular I'll join that. Yes, I'm sure you do have 180,000 likes. This is America, after all.
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