Any good RV park apps for those of us outside of the promised land of CA?
For US RV park chargers try Road2 by celadonapps.com. This is a very interesting works in progress that delivers range estimates. Originally developed by Karen Rei Pease for the Aptera, she switched focus to the Tesla Roadster. (I think the receding vapourware status of the Aptera did it, combined with the fact that some Tesla Roadster owners were helpful in giving her real data to calibrate her physics-based simulation.)
AndrewBissell said:I found another iPhone app for charger finding.
In partnership with www.ladestasjoner.no, a company called Apphuset has developed the iPhone app LadeNå.
It's a £2.99 download from the UK AppStore, which I think is the $4.99 price point.
I'm going to buy it even though it's exclusively in Norwegian (which I don't speak!) and I'm not likely (any time soon) to take my Tesla to Norway. But it's worth supporting them anyway!
Note that www.ladestasjoner.no gives access freely to its charging station database through a web page.
Cobos - can you give us any more details? A glossary of key terms Norwegian to English would be great!
Cobos said:Oops didn't see this until now. Do you still want a translation for any parts of the interface? I haven't tried the application myself as I don't have an iPhone, but I'll gladly translate any phrases or questions you have.
You're good at translating! Everything is correct, and the unknown areCobos
The following need some input to help (my educated guesses in brackets):
Maks P-tid: (Maximum Parking Time)
2 timer (2 hours)
3 timer (3 hours)
10 timer (10 hours)
Ikke Oppgid (?)
Also I would love:
- your review of the ladestasjoner.no website
- any pointers to practically using chargers in Norway (socket types, amps, keys needed, subscriptions needed, any considerations for visitors, i.e. EV tourists, to observe)