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Discussion in 'Honda/Acura Hybrids and EVs' started by Marine Ray, May 19, 2019.
Citizen complaint of the day: Your right to own a plug-in hybrid ends at my foot | Universal Hub
There is always one that spoils it for the rest.
More reason to find a way to EV wireless charging.
The article says it was a Honda Clarity.
Very brave. I wonder how long that cord stayed functional. On Boston south end, you would be lucky if you can find a parking spot anywhere, let alone close enough to reach the outlet.
Thanks. Let's post on the Clarity forum
Yeah, the picture definitely looks like a Clarity...
We do have members that own the Clarity.
But this should be in the Other Cars forum.
I think it’s reasonable to make clear to every (PH)EV owner that this sort of thing is a really bad idea... That’s obvious to me, but apparently not to everybody!
I wonder how long the owner of that Clarity had a charging cable after putting out a tripping hazard.
Well, with Clarity full charge from empty on L1 takes 12 hours. But talking about "tripping hazard" on Boston sidewalks, the cord is nothing compared to the naturally occurring permanent tripping hazards everywhere. If you have walked on any of the Boston city sidewalks, you'll know what I mean.
Wireless would require tearing up the sidewalk and pavement to install, plus extra equipment on the car.
A street side charge would just tear up the sidewalk, if using the street light circuit wasn't an option, and be more efficient than wireless.
or just build more charging stations
...or just make sure your property/parking provides for plug-ins...before you buy one.
ice anxiety is a terrible thing...
I twitch every time the ICE kicks on.
But maybe they’ll come up with IA soon .
They discontinued the Yaris IA.
Maybe I should have wrote it as ICEA ( for ICE Anonymous).
Need another cup of Coffee.
You misspelled IKEA
They just renamed it the Yaris sedan. Still a Mazda2.