jkoeller wrote:When I was in the market for a Leaf back in mid-November, the St. Peters Nissan dealership's DCQC was up and operational on the East side of the dealership. He said they turn it off at night, though. The West County dealer had theirs installed out front. It was just put in the week before but not operational yet. It should be by now I would think. He said it would be accessible 24x7.
I've used the St. Charles Nissan DC a few times. They leave it "on" at night but have a lock in place over the charging plug. Sometimes they remember to lock it, sometimes they don't so in a pinch it *could* be available. They do have a few L2's that are available anytime, DC is supposed to be only when the dealership is open.
I would be surprised if West County left their's available 24/7, the folks at St. Charles said it was a Nissan liability thing since it was the very high voltage, so they only wanted it on during business hours. Though would not by any means be the first time a dealer was misinformed.