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Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking - Novice EV Owners

Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 2:06 am
by UBUYGAS
Here's my Latest Etiquette product. The evEtiquetteKit

Check out my latest site containing a full kit to teach ICEHOLES & EVHOLES a Lesson In Electric Cars. The KIT also contains Proper Etiquette items for your fellow EV owners.

Check it out here: http://www.EV-ETIQUETTE-STORE.com/

#evEtiquetteKIT #evEtiquette #EVHOLE #ICEHOLE #ICEDHOLE #BoltEV #TeslaModel3 #ElectricCars #ElectricVehicles #UBUYGAS

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Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Sun May 28, 2017 4:39 am
by UBUYGAS
I also have the #evEtiquetteNotePad now for “Novice EV Owners” that most likely did not know any better because they just bought an EV.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/513580388/ ... e_active_5

And a bunch of people asked me to make a NotePad for #ICEHOLES as well. The cool thing about these Note pads is that they have 50 sheets, You use a sheet and throw the rest in your glove box.

https://etsy.me/2jKX0rN

Here's both types (One for EV Owners who only Park in charging spots and one for Gas Car owners)
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Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Fri May 04, 2018 12:21 am
by sanantonioglamour
Thanks for .

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Tue May 08, 2018 11:57 am
by DuncanCunningham
I think you would have an increase in interest if your products weren't so aggressive. calling your products "Etiquette" yet calling people @$$holes is not etiquette.

definition of the word "the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group."

I love the disc and the flyers, I have many times when I could give those out but maybe a little more "Etiquette" would open, more of us, up to wanting to buy your cool stuff. Can you do that? Make it more polite pack? I'd love to issue some nice ones. i'd dish those out all day. can you make some for those that park in disabled parking spots too?

Dropping a note calling someone for what you see their behavior isn't going to work.. treating them how you'd like them to be is probably best. I know when I'm doing something that upsets someone and they call me a rude word I'm going to get defensive and probably not change my behavior and bring out the passive aggressive in me to act back and justify my initial mistake and create a bigger incident that was originally dealt out.

it's easy to call someone a 'poopy head' and it might feel good for a moment or whatever but getting them on the side of being better would be pure joy to not have to deal with them again.

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Tue May 08, 2018 12:01 pm
by LeftieBiker
Agreed.

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Tue May 08, 2018 10:15 pm
by UBUYGAS
Thanks for your opinion. Each person has their own and some want Nasty Notes and Some want Middle of the road and others want polite ones.

I have all 3. Because I want to cater to everyone.

The ones you can buy are on this site: http://EV-Etiquette-Store.com

The Free ones (which are the nicest ones I have) are at this site: http://EV-Guidelines.org (Click on the PDF tab, download, print and trim)

Thank you.
Sal Cameli
aka UBUYGAS
www.UBUYGAS.com
www.EV-Rules.com
www.EV-Signs.com

DuncanCunningham wrote:I think you would have an increase in interest if your products weren't so aggressive. calling your products "Etiquette" yet calling people @$$holes is not etiquette.

definition of the word "the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group."

I love the disc and the flyers, I have many times when I could give those out but maybe a little more "Etiquette" would open, more of us, up to wanting to buy your cool stuff. Can you do that? Make it more polite pack? I'd love to issue some nice ones. i'd dish those out all day. can you make some for those that park in disabled parking spots too?

Dropping a note calling someone for what you see their behavior isn't going to work.. treating them how you'd like them to be is probably best. I know when I'm doing something that upsets someone and they call me a rude word I'm going to get defensive and probably not change my behavior and bring out the passive aggressive in me to act back and justify my initial mistake and create a bigger incident that was originally dealt out.

it's easy to call someone a 'poopy head' and it might feel good for a moment or whatever but getting them on the side of being better would be pure joy to not have to deal with them again.

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Wed May 09, 2018 2:29 am
by UBUYGAS
These are FREE to download, print & trim:

http://ev-guidelines.org/EVguidelines2018.pdf

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking

Posted: Wed May 09, 2018 3:56 pm
by UBUYGAS
First of all, The Trump EVHOLE Card does NOT call anyone an A$$hole or an EVHOLE. It says “Please DO NOT Be an EVHOLE”. It does not say You are One.

Second, I would never and have never said “PoopyHead” in my life. That’s some pansy sh1t right there. People who say poopyhead need to be slapped around. HAHA.

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DuncanCunningham wrote:I think you would have an increase in interest if your products weren't so aggressive. calling your products "Etiquette" yet calling people @$$holes is not etiquette.

it's easy to call someone a 'poopy head' and it might feel good for a moment or whatever but getting them on the side of being better would be pure joy to not have to deal with them again.

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking - Novice EV Owners

Posted: Wed May 09, 2018 4:03 pm
by DuncanCunningham
Nice display.

Re: Proper EV Etiquette - Charging/Parking - Novice EV Owners

Posted: Wed May 09, 2018 4:17 pm
by UBUYGAS
Not really sure what you mean. But Thanks!

I made these for you, I put them all in one spot so people can download them and use them.

Enjoy!

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