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Today, for the first time, I noticed, next to a local Safeway store near my house (Safeway is a nationwide chain) a couple of new EV recharging stations. I don't know a lot about the program...but apparently it is part of a system called Plug-Share. This particular Safeway store also sells gas, under its own brand name, in a conventional gas station on its lot.
If so, this will be a long-awaited boost in the availability of EV charge-outlets outside California....particularly for those, like me, who live in homes that don't have outside or garage-outlets built in. However, just what specific EV vehicles these Plug-Share units will fit is also an open question. I may be wrong, but, as I understand it, Teslas have a non-standard outlet on their vehicles that fits only Tesla-suppled outlets.
I'd appreciate it if anyone who has experience with these Plug-Share outlets and/or what EV or plug-in-hybrid vehicles they fit would post or share with us. Thanks.