On October 11, 2015, reporter Matt Richtel had a front page article in the NY Times regarding Electric Vehicles and the overcrowing at insufficent charging locations. The location line is San Francisco, and various bad habits, altercations, keyings and general poor manners are recounted by Mr. Richtel. It seems that all too many EVs and all too few EV chargers are causing drivers to become rude. ICEing is also discussed where gasoline cars are taking up EV charging spots for standard parking places. The article states that in California, where the vast majority of EVs are located, the charging infrastructure has not kept pace with demand. Sadly, the story describes a class war at charging stations where Teslas are being keyed by non-Tesla EV owners if the Tesla is parked at a non-Tesla charging station. The take away here for Tesla owners is to be courteous when using other than super chargers and to not leave your car in a charger parking spot.