We live in an area with a HUGE concentration of EVs, particularly Teslas. One of the local malls has two free chargers that are clearly marked as for EVs only, when charging, with time limits on use. I was by the mall late this afternoon and saw that my wife had parked her Tesla in one of the charging spots, but I noticed that the car wasn't plugged in. I texted her to ask if maybe someone unplugged the car (no response). So when she got home I asked what happened. She had no idea what I was talking about. I explained what I saw and she said "oh, after I parked I didn't want to bother with getting the adapter out." I was mortified. She asked what the problem was. I told her. I told her it is very bad form to take up a charging stall anywhere if you're not charging. She said "well I don't read those forums, so I had no idea." [Yes, I did get a bit incredulous at that response and she got defensive, but that's for a marriage therapy forum] She's been driving Teslas for years now and, I'm ashamed to say, I think she thinks that EVs come with special parking spots called reserved charging locations. I'll try to get over this, but it is a message to all of us: Even those closest to us may need a charging etiquette intervention.