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Discussion in 'Texas Supercharger locations' started by ℬête Noire, Oct 16, 2018.
Yes two of the stalls don't have their lights on.
It now appears on the Tesla supercharger web site map.
However, the Tesla web page has the Webster TX site listed as Webster CA.
today I learned:
so part of me wants to let it stand. YOLO, y’all.
Webster Rudy’s is becoming a regular meetup place for a “speed” car group. I don’t know if they leave any SC stalls open or just park in them.
Rudy's BBQ Meet #20 STREET CAR NIGHT.
The organizers are aware of the chargers and say they're working to make sure they aren't blocked
And I felt really dumb when I backed into one of them only to see the light out.
Humm. Great place to charge and show off the car.
If car event participants (Cars & Coffee, etc.) go ahead and park at the “A” chargers leaving the “B’s” open, they’ll actually be helping travelers avoid pairing conflict.
(I know, urban-chargers the exception, but still...)
Need a lot of goodwill on all sides before Twitter and FB exchanges bring out the worst in everybody.
Sounds like a perfect use of those little green traffic cones, for the duration of the event.