I see a lot of PiPs on campus at work. They usually insist on charging from a row of 6.6 kW Eaton stations, but are typically good about moving their vehicles. Take today for example, there were three Leafs and an ActiveE charging from 120V outlets. Meanwhile, several PiPs and Volts were gracing the Eaton rowcwerdna wrote:I don't recall what people have stated on Priuschat) and most of them probably just use the low amperage 120V Toyota provided EVSE (brick) since it's less than 3 hours at 120 volts to fully charge.
I'm glad to hear that Toyota is flying out an engineer to look at the Rav. This could very well be on them and Tesla. Tony is a power user, literally. But what would the average consumer do? These things should be robust, and require no brain power to use. Plugin, charge, drive, repeat.