BudT
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Re: Registration in Colorado

Tue Jul 05, 2016 8:42 pm

I do't think she knew what she was talking about, exactly. But as far as I can surmise it might relate to using County or State charging stations at municipal buildings?
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remarquian
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Re: Registration in Colorado

Mon Jul 11, 2016 1:47 pm

So I just got my tags and the Colorado EV decal. I put it on for lack of a better thing to do.

I think I've found a bunch of free L2 charging stations around town and in Boulder (tho they are pretty useless to me).

I like that $30 of my $50 EV registration fee is going to Charging Infrastructure. I, however, wish they'd sprinkle a couple of DCQC stations along I70 in the mountains and up and down I25 (and CO50, 40 and 285) to expand the range of EVs. I'd even pay a couple of bucks for the electricity I use.

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Re: Registration in Colorado

Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:05 am

I just found out about the $50 EV fee. Anyone know what it is exactly for? I'm in a town (Gunnison) that I can't leave because there's no place to charge along the highways around here. It would be nice if there were charging stations in Sargents, Cimarron, Delta, Monarch, Crawford, Hotchkiss, Saguache, along Hwy 114, and in Montevista. I can probably think of another couple dozen of towns it would be nice to have even just level 2 charging stations.
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