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Old 06-23-2016, 05:22 PM   #15
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Been dealing with EV vehicles for a couple of years now, Tesla has an adapter that works with 50a rv pedestals, problem we have is the vehicle drivers want to use our power, use our restrooms and showers, use our wi-fi and the pool when open, but do not want to pay anything, some how they seem to think we should provide all our services for free so I send them down the road.
That's pretty rude. You should make them pay for the power, restrooms and shower.

Supercharger stations are free, but that doesn't mean campgrounds are free.
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Been dealing with EV vehicles for a couple of years now, Tesla has an adapter that works with 50a rv pedestals, problem we have is the vehicle drivers want to use our power, use our restrooms and showers, use our wi-fi and the pool when open, but do not want to pay anything, some how they seem to think we should provide all our services for free so I send them down the road.
That's pretty rude. You should make them pay for the power, restrooms and shower.

Supercharger stations are free, but that doesn't mean campgrounds are free.


Why is that rude?? We run a business here, if people do not want to pay our rates why should I provide them our service for free?
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That's what I meant. It's rude of the vehicle drivers to expect free electricity, free showers, free WiFi.
Do they just walk in and use them without paying?
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