HeyHey wrote:One of my prior complaints about the locations of the quick chargers in Metro Nashville was that there weren't any near Downtown/Midtown/West End which has probably the highest concentration of LEAF owners. I was playing around my my plugshare app and I found that we now have numerous options for QCs in Nashville and the metro area.
There are now 18 QCs in metro nashville! and there are now good options in the city as well. There are now QCs at Downtown Nissan, the MAPCO at 8th and Wedgewood, and one in Green hills near the YMCA. There's also one in Bellevue, some in Franklin, Smyrna and Donelson. In addition, there are now 100 locations for fast charging, and most of those have at least two charging cords.
The infrastructure is really expanding here. Nashville has to have one of the largest charging networks in the country at this point.
Indeed we are very fortunate in the Nashville area. Expect to see Nissan to introduce their no charge to charge program very soon in the Nashville area. As for the new QC units in the Nashville area Plugshare does not have photos for the MAPCO at Bellevue, if any one is out that way please add photos to plugshare for that unit.
We need to support MAPCO in hosting some of these new units. I go to the Hendersonville MAPCO to buy my essential supplies (beer out of their beer cave). Their convenience store isn't the cheapest in town, be we should let them know EV drivers appreciate their willingness to give this a try by stopping by regularly and give them business. MAPCO's have a decent deli for a quick sandwich as well.
It was neat to see a silver LEAF pull up to the MAPCO just as I was leaving. Hi Jennifer if you read this forum. I noticed the LEAF had temporary tags, so must have been just weeks old, good to see new LEAF drivers finding these stations readily.
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