Seems the folks who wana save the world by switching to electric commuting, can't get along very well. Oh! Did I misunderstand folks' motives for plugging in? Yep ... the days of cooperation are long gone. It's all about 'ME' !!
EDIT: oops ... the link above may need registration ... so here's another link to a similar story: Electric car owners are unplugging other electric cars | green car
It's amazing how entitled we are, as a motoring society. The EV's claim they ought to have priority ... some within the hybrids plug-in community say (I've actually heard this) 'serves you right for running out of power ... poor planning on your part'.
Irony of ironies is that some plugin drivers cry if public EVSE's are priced comparable to gas - much...
With the exception of AZ, any year after the Model Year listed is also covered.
MY 2004 California, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, Vermont
MY 2005 Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island
MY 2007 Maryland
MY 2008 Oregon, Pennsylvania*
MY 2009 Washington*
MY 2011 New Mexico
MY 2011, 2012 only Arizona
MY 2014 Delaware*
(these are my best guess, I invite corrections)
* not all warranty provisions apply, does not include the 150,000/10 year duration
Please don't bother me with the facts but I remain skeptical about fuel cells. Still it sounds as if Toyota has addressed each technical hurdle. What isn't clear is if these will just be California cars not just initially but forever. But I could see where they would make sense in China: