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What to do at a supercharger

Discussion in 'Florida' started by MissErol, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. MissErol

    MissErol Model S #9221

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    1. After pulling up and connecting I inspect each charger to make sure there is not any damage or vandalism.
    2. I inspect the supercharger enclosure to make sure there is not any damage to enclosed fence.
    3. If there is another Model S there I walk around to make sure there is no damage to their car. Looking out for my Tesla family at all times.

    Best Car Family ...... Period.
     
  2. Puyallup Bill

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    After all those good deeds, you should leave contact info on the dash and go get a burger and a beer.:biggrin:
     
  3. MissErol

    MissErol Model S #9221

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    I did. Lol.
     

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  4. brianman

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    In this picture for some reason the "eyes in the headlights" is prominent. I keep thinking there should be a caption...

     
  5. MissErol

    MissErol Model S #9221

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    OMG you are too much fun. Lol. The juice is great for them.
     
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    #6 Madartist, Jul 29, 2013
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    Erol... We peaked around the black MS & thought it might have been yours but weren't sure. Our silver MS did not feel lonely when we left it to grab dinner. Noting the "eye" of our silver MS headlight, it was probably saying to your black MS: "Well hello, mon chérie! You come here often?!"

    Unfortunately, we never got to see your love note. But as we drove away... there was this little vibration/fluttering sound from the passenger side window. Steve lowered the window from his driver side panel to see and then I caught a glimpse of a small post-it note.... BUT IT WAS TOO LATE! The note got sucked into the door panel as the window came down & is now a permanent part of our car! Afterwards, I thought I heard a *burp* as Steve raised the window. Our car was saying: "Mmmm Mmmm... I got her number!" LOL!
    --Binh
     
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    Ahem, that is not black, it's blue!
     
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    BTW, Erol's picture above does show that the night time lighting at the SC site could use some improvement. Perhaps when the solar panels get installed?
     
  9. MissErol

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    Oh no, the note got stuck? No more notes on the side windows. I agree the lighting needs some improvement. I noticed a few people walking by picking up the charger handles to look at them. I guess their still wondering if its some fancy pay phone like the girl stated in an interview. Lol. When i left the charger the other day i also heard a sound coming from the tire. You guessed it...a nail. Hope you had a great dinner that night and I will see you soon.
     
  10. Nickjhowe

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    Per the words of guidance from "Kevin the SuperCharger Guy" - only park next to another S at a SuperCharger if you use a different numbered pod - i.e., if they are in 3A don't use 3B - the numbers are on the back of the pods. Otherwise you will both share the same SuperCharger and not get full speed charging.
     
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    The crescents are what you get from moving the camera while the shutter is open. Brace for those low-light shots.
     
  12. MissErol

    MissErol Model S #9221

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    Thanks for the reminder. I completely missed that part but it makes complete sense.
     
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    You can leave a sticky notes like someone i knew did when they parked in his spot
     
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    It would be very nice to not have a front license plate required here in Montana!
     
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    Twiddle one's thumbs always works!
     

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