garygid wrote:Robbing banks is done thousands of times a year too, and mostly without a permit.
Is your point above that you encourage others to do things illegally?
It seems that you frequently encourage others to do illegal things, perhaps because you and others have gotten away with it?
Gary, you are an alarmist and especially for a person who will likely not install an EVSE in 20111 and will not get a Leaf, you scare people with nonsense like an EVSE may have 300 volts running through it and could damage the car. Second, it is not Illegal to do something without a permit but it MAY be against a local city code, it is not against the law like robbing a bank which is an idiotic comparison. Who has ever been arrested for not getting a permit? I work in this industry and work with inspectors on a weekly basis and there are plenty of ways to install an EVSe without all the BS some are going through and there are simpler ways to get permits. If one already has an outlet there is no point in pulling a permit if you KNOW what you are doing or have someone that does. On one thread you suggested someone plug an EVSE into two outlets, is that "legal"? I know it's a permit violation for sure. I SF if you move an outlet one inch it needs a permit, do you think 95% of the people of electrical contractors pull a permit for that? It may be against the rules but the permit process has gotten out of hand in some areas. Gary, the next time you don;t come to a FULL and complete stop let us know, because that is against the law, more so than not having a UL sticker or permit to instal a 240 outlet 6 inches from a breaker panel.
The sky is still not Falling, I just checked.