Not very long ago I had to start going to a clinic once every two weeks to receive chemo therapy. The clinic is 20 miles from home. I found out they have two free Clipper Creek destination chargers with spots for just two cars. Supposedly, parking in these spots are limited to two hours. Invariably when I get there these is at least one, sometimes two Tesla model S's there. Even though I suppose destination chargers for Tesla's make sense, I have to wonder: should a BEV with over 200 miles range really be using these spots when more limited range cars, such as my Prime, or the first gen Leaf and the Chevy Volt I saw parked near there, would benefit much more from destination chargers? I seriously doubt these Tesla owners are commuting 150 miles to the Hospital, thus potentially inducing range anxiety. And I find it difficult to believe they are not being charged at home every night.