ChaDeMo protocol stops after 60 minutes no matter what.
Some DC stations also stop when current goes too low.
DC stations are not for topping to the max.
Anything slower than 5kW deserves disconnection.
I know that some might argue that "I paid for the service therefore
I have to get it". But it is FAST charging station. If vehicle is not capable
to charge fast (10% of stations max power) it is not complying to requirements.
30min limit is a big nono. DC stations are not for Leaf's only.
EV-holes are rare. Though if that happens I call service provider or
municipal service (if not available, then police). Those can immediately
call vehicles owner and ask to leave immediately (with license plate nr).
Last week I contacted police due to ICEhole. They helped.
Depending on region ICEing might be solved by new parking zones.
All non-plug-in vehicle are not allowed to park on green spots. Exactly
as non handicapped are not allowed to park on blue spots. Standard fine
for disobeying would be fine. But this is a dream for now.
ChaDeMo stations are usually designed so there is two spots per plug.
I take the second place and then check for plug availability. If it is available
I take it to my vehicle and close the lid of other vehicle. This is common
culture here. If it is unavailable I wait or take another DC station.
This is not America. We are allowed to touch other vehicles (with good intent).
Can't get sued for that one