A new Tesla policy is to charge $0.40 / minute when the charging is completed if the car is not moved after 5 minutes. I know that the idea would be to use the Tesla remote summon to move away a car in the future. But what about ICEd car blocking an EV slot? There is curently not real procedure to deal with this issue. In Japan, some metered parking (時間賃 Jikan chin) have a simple mechanism blocking a car when time is overdue. This is simpler than having a police officer putting a ticket, or even a "Denver Boot" on a car wheel. A similar device could be used to avoid an ICE car to enter into an EV charging lot: - If the device detect that a car is parked, and then that the car is not pluged-in, then the slot raised up. To unlock the device, the driver of a disabled ICEd car will need to use an App or to call and pay a fee to unlock the device. Other possibility would be to have the deviced raised up to avoid any car to enter: - Then, using a Tesla App, a driver would be able to lower the device to enter, and then to plug in. This way no ICEd car would be able to enter. Note: Such blocking mechanism could be combined with a "snake charger." I'm not very happy to have this type of enforcement, but this might be more and needed in the future. What do you think?