Once again, perhaps BMW's 'i'series get a pass from IL SOS but saw an oblivious i3 ReX driver (I would guess BMW drivers probably don't cross shop their potential EV's with our LEAF's, I mean come on there aren't many of us, I was right next to you!) but this i3 with the two obvious 'fuel' flaps on the passenger side had EL plates 3116. I almost thought ALL i3's get both fuel filler doors but saw photos of some without the range extender with just the rear flap for the charge port. I mean it's great we're seeing even more EL plates in the 3,000 series but if Volts or C-Max Energis or Prius Plug-ins can't get them because they also use gas, then neither should these Bimmers. If this is the case down the road, perhaps I'll be able to transfer my low numbered EL plate to my new VW Cross Blue Coupe with its diesel plug-in when they finally get to the U.S. In late '17 or early '18.
2018 smart ED Brabus (leased)
Sapphire Blue Metallic
2017 Tesla Model 3 LR RWD; EAP; 19" sport wheels
2015 VW e-Golf LE (traded-in for Model 3)
2012 Nissan LEAF SL (traded-in at 5 yrs; 46K miles)
EVSE: 10/07/11 Schneider EVlink