Merrill, You are too far behind in the discussion. ICEing at Ellensburg station is a common problem and was discussed a few times. In Ellensburg, let alone towing signs, Tesla doesn't even put these two signs that are required by Washington State law: D9-11b Sign R7-11 No Parking Sign It is explained here on a website by Washington State Department of Transportation (check about page) West Coast Green Highway: Electric Vehicle Signs On the website it shows images of another Tesla station that complies. But not all Tesla stations do. They put these signs in some station and in some others they don't because the host and Tesla made some agreement to allow shared parking. All stalls at Ellensburg are in prime parking spaces of the hotel. That location was never suitable for a supercharge station to begin with. Here are pictures: Ellensburg Supercharger - Page 4 So what are you supposed to do? Do you just wait there for 4 hours to charge? That doesn't help EV adoption, does it? Here is what I suggest: (Of course I don't expect fanboys to agree. Fanboyism is quite common in this forum). 1. Take pictures and video of the ICED station and send it to news channels and EV websites. Also upload it to youtube. 2. Contact Washington State Department of Transportation and report Tesla's Ellensburg station for not displaying the required R7-11 and D9-11b signs. Public-Private Partnerships Office 310 Maple Park Ave. S.E. PO Box 47395 (360) 705-7023 [email protected] Contact details are from this page. Edit: I dropped one of the suggestions.