I’ve noticed here in Arizona supercharger stalls are not ICEd as frequent as in other states, which is good. If anyone notices a supercharger stall being ICEd, it may be from an unaware person that it is against the law to do so. ARS 28-876, subject to a minimum fine of $350. Any thoughts?
The way ARS 28-876 is written, only vehicles with Arizona Alternative Fuel plates or stickers issued pursuant to ARS 28-2416 may charge in Arizona. It seems to prohibit charging vehicles with out of state plates.
28-876. Parking spaces for electric vehicles; civil penalty
A. A person shall not stop, stand or park a motor vehicle within any parking space specially designated for parking and fueling motor vehicles fueled exclusively by electricity unless the motor vehicle is powered by electricity and has been issued an alternative fuel vehicle special plate or sticker pursuant to section 28-2416.
B. If a law enforcement officer finds a motor vehicle in violation of this section, the law enforcement officer shall issue a complaint to the operator or other person in charge of the motor vehicle or, if an operator or other person is not present, to the registered owner of the motor vehicle for a civil traffic violation.
C. A person who is found responsible for a violation of this section is subject to a civil penalty of at least three hundred fifty dollars. Notwithstanding section 28-1554, the civil penalties collected pursuant to this subsection shall be deposited in the state general fund.