Today I drove from Atlanta to the courthouse in Macon. The have had several press releases about their EV charging station at the courthouse. It was about 92 miles each way. I drive aggressively with the idea of adding a couple of hours of charging on the J1772 Level 2 charger. I had court in the afternoon in Roswell and needed about 240 miles total. I did a standard charge. Well, the charger was a dud. First thing that happened was a sheriff's inmate van was parked in the EV space. No one had taken it seriously that they had an EV space. It was all for show. I did get a deputy to move the van which took some guts. I was pretty insistent. Then once moved I pulled in. The current was lousy (sorry if current is not the word). In 2 hours I gained 3 miles. It was worse than an 110 outlet and all for show. Here it is Bibb County Courthouse - Macon, GA - Recargo So, it messed up the day. I had to go home and switch to my old car just to finish my work. Had I know the charger was a dud I was have done a range charge at home and driven less aggressively. I would have made it through the day without having to switch cars. I have learned the lesson about relying on untested chargers (untested meaning not by me). I hope super-charging comes to Georgia.