In the past I have asked hotels with Tesla destination chargers whether I can use the charger even if I am not staying at the hotel, and have not had any issues before. One asked for a $10 fee, but I thought that was reasonable. However, I just got a response back from a bed & breakfast that told me Tesla prohibits them from allowing anyone that is not a guest of the hotel from using the Tesla destination charger. Has anyone else heard this before? Does anyone have a copy of the terms and conditions under which venues must agree to operate in order to comply with the Tesla destination charger program? This isn't going to be a big deal for me, as I have alternative charging options on this particular trip, but it would have been convenient as this location had an 80 amp circuit which would have allowed me to recoup a significant charge while having dinner near the venue.