You're not wrong to be angry / frustrated.Publius wrote:Am I wrong to be angry that my car was unplugged without calling me and that my cord was left sitting in the snow?
Thanks, it is a rural college with a lot of big trucks...desiv wrote:You're not wrong to be angry / frustrated.Publius wrote:Am I wrong to be angry that my car was unplugged without calling me and that my cord was left sitting in the snow?
Whoever did that should have called or at least left a note, but as for who to be angry at??
It wouldn't surprise me if you aren't allowed anymore because someone complained, and that it might have been that same someone who unplugged you... Or they might have been the ones who pressured security to unplug you if they did..
I'd look for someone driving a really big pickup truck.. Kidding about that.. (although..)
Someone probably assumed you were taking the electricity that "they" pay for...
Probably wouldn't even matter to them that you offered to pay..
Just don't be too frustrated / angry.. Not worth it in the long run..
The rural communities of Upstate NY are often quite conservative. Let's just say that the college is in one of those areas. My car is also the first EV on the campus-- they may have a couple hybrids, though (and I'm not talking about the Volt). However, it's not just rural colleges that have failed to embrace EVs, few in my area have. Upstate NY might as well be on a different planet than NYC.jpadc wrote:Okay I have to ask what college campus (I'll stereotype too), especially in NY, would be so unfriendly to EVs? Most college campuses raced to get charging stations and special parking on their campus to promote hybrid and electric vehicles. If you note my location at least one (some might argue both) of them is not in a "blue" state. I'm just a bit surprised by such an attitude on a college campus.