1. You're right, of course. I should have said "NEMA5-20R" (BYOE) ... otherwise L1 would imply an available J-plug. (BYOE = Bring-Your-Own-EVSE)garygid wrote:It is not really L1, but "120v socket", since YOU have to supply the L1 EVSE.
What they SHOULD do is also install a 240v AC socket at the same time.
The spot should/will be posted for use only by on-site customers, I suspect.
Then, there is the considerable income stream derived from having violating vehicles towed away.
2. Yes ! How about NEMA14-50R as "standard" ?
3. How does the driver "prove" that ? ( A receipt or "card" obtained from the cashier ? Displayed on the dashboard ?)
4. That's not an income stream to the business ... only the tow-company, right ? (Or is there a "kick-back" or family business model implied )