I think I've seen a thread on this already, but couldn't find it via search (and this is half in jest), but still curious to know about "bumming" some electricity when you're in a pinch. For those of you with real world Leaf, Roadster (or other EV) experience, when you're caught low in charge along the road and you need to find a place to plug in a hurry, forcing you to find the nearest AC source of any kind (i.e. no official charging stations nearby), do you... A) Look for an industrial building where no one might be looking and plug in to an external socket? B) Find a retail/commercial establishment and ask to "borrow" some juice? C) Find the nearest house and knock on the door? Another scenario, you're driving to a friend's home, or client's office, and you need to either top-off, or fully recharge before your return trip, do you... A) Ask to borrow their dryer port? B) Ask for an outside 110? C) Do you offer to pay them back? OR... option D to all the above: Not be a burden to anybody and try calling AAA for an emergency quick charge (heard they're starting to do this in some locations), or even more extreme, call for a tow-truck? All of this just kind of metaphorically reminds me of the situation for those who smoke and don't have a cigarette on hand, but they'll see a complete stranger taking a puff, and walk right up and ask to share a cig and a light. It can come across rude, at least from the outside looking in, but I think it's a "club" kind of thing (something you do for a buddy/junkie in need). But this gets me to thinking about the ultra rare circumstances where this might have happened to an EV owner. How do you tactfully deal with getting some current in the wild. Thoughts?