As a matter of fact I specifically asked the PA Turnpike that question last week. They replied that it's in their plans. Right now they're still asking for proposals (RFP). I can't see how L2 would do any good at a service plaza except for the employees. I think it needs to be all Quick Charge... I hope they understand this.BobE wrote:In the good news today, the PA Turnpike will have L2 & L3 charging station at all travel plazas by 2013. As long I'm going some where along the pike I'll be fine. Going to a Penn State game will still be a problem.
I may have already had the first LEAF in PA back in July when I rented the Hertz LEAF from NYC and drove it to my house for a couple days. My impression was that no one really noticed that it was anything different than a funny looking Versa. Except at my Nissan dealer, Peruzzi Nissan. It was the first time most of them had actually seen a real, live LEAF. With 2 rental sessions, I got about 320 miles of wonderful LEAF driving under my belt.BobE wrote:Looks like you will be the first in PA with a Leaf.
I asked Peruzzi when I ordered. They said that they probably wouldn't have a demo before my LEAF, but maybe there will be a change of plan...BobE wrote:My dealer, Lancaster Nissan, said that they are getting a demonstrator this month. Is that the case that all the Nissan dealers will get demonstrators before we get our cars?