As we take summer road trips, we should encourage every business we stop at to install a NEMA 14-50 accessible to the parking area. This is the year to do it, as businesses that install electric vehicle charging infrastructure get a 30% tax credit for the cost, but the tax credit expires on Dec. 31, 2013. Installing a NEMA 14-50 is less expensive than a level 2 charger, and much more useful outside a major city. Tesla is the only pure EV now or in the near future that has the range to drive between cities, and as we all know the 50A charges much faster than a typical level 2 charger. A Tesla charging for an hour while stopping to eat, shop, etc. would only use about $1 of electricity (at 10 cents/kWh-- but please check my math) which is a trivial price for an establishment to pay for the business it would generate. Tell the owner of the restaurant, shop, etc. that you will post messages encouraging other Tesla drivers to stop there and suggest they list the outlet on Plugshare for further publicity. Please post your success stories. What works to convince businesses to install a NEMA 14-50?