Both stations are not truly "public" property. The property is owned by the hotel. The power bill is paid by the hotel. You pay the hotel for a room and a charge.Zythryn wrote: ↑Mon Oct 14, 2019 4:03 pmThat attitude would bother me, if I saw anyone exhibiting it.WetEV wrote: ↑Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:36 pmIf Tesla wants Tesla only charging stations, fine, then Tesla drivers need to use those stations, and not the limited public charging. Especially when they misuse the public charging, for parking spots and unplugging cars that are charging.
"What's mine is mine, what is yours we will share." Doesn't that attitude bother you?...
Or think about this. You arrive late at night at a hotel in a non-Tesla electric, and there are two charging stations. A J1772 with a Tesla charging, and a Tesla only station that is vacant.
The analogy would be more accurate like this: “what’s mine is mine, what’s public property I can use.”
Except you don't get the charge. You are OK with that, right?