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Discussion in 'Roadster' started by Pantera Dude, Dec 2, 2012.
Is it safe to charge these things in the rain or is that suicide?
Unless your name is David Letterman and you're starving for a topical joke.
Cool, thank you!
Just plugged in 5 minutes ago in pouring rain and I'm here to report!
Yes the J-1772 spec (and the Roadster) have a very safe connection protocal. There is no electricity until your car is fully connected, then and only then can the current begin to flow.
Lots of handshaking going on.
99 percent of questions we get as owners have been figured out by Tesla long before delivery. The 1 percent are just stupid questions that involve perpetual motion cars.
I've quite happily washed my car while charging it. No risk whatsoever.
Yeah, I cancelled my reservation for Tesla's upcoming perpetual motion car when I found out it wouldn't charge in the rain.
The correct answer here is "yes" (Let the confusion begin...)
Good to know it.
You can wash them too
Nice colour. This yellow Roadster looks like a Ferrari. Being electric it's even better
Where are the hot girls in the colorful bikini's?
Need a yellow Roadster like that out here in Oregon; gets a bit gray during the winter, so it helps to bring our own sunshine!
bikini's? We don't need no stinkin' bikini's! But lets try to keep this clean (as in PG) :tongue:
The car is enough.
To be honest I would like both the girls and the car
I have to agree with Raffy here. But without the bikinis ;-)
When I first posted these pics on fb, I said something like "soap makes everything look sexy"
I asked the same question at my local Tesla store last Saturday. "Is it safe to charge in the rain or should I cover the charge port with a tarp???" Answer "It is safe to charge in the rain and not cover the port area."
I guess this would be the soundtrack. Bow chicka wow wow...
Barry White - Never, Never Gonna Give You Up - YouTube