I have 2015 Leaf S with QC. I brought my car to a overnight (off airport) parking facility that offers EV charging while away on business.
When I got back late last night, my car wasn't fully charged and I only had ~ 35 miles of range left. This morning when I finally got some good light, I noticed two (out of the five) female ports on the normal receptacle (not the QC) was broken. So I can't plug in the normal male plug-in to charge my car. I have zero range currently, so I'm going to have to have it towed somewhere (dealer or QC charging station nearby.)
I can only assume the car rental facility broke these, but I had a full charge when I left my house on Monday to drive to the airport parking facility. And my home garage charge worked fine.
Would this fix be covered by my (April 2015) 2-year lease that I extended for 12 months earlier this year (April 2017)?
Of course my parking facility ticket says they are no liable for any damages, even after you drive away.
Any thoughts here?