But yesterday, while looking for a place to charge the Leaf, I thought I would try.
But as you can see, these are an older obsolete kind of plugs.
The sad part is that I saw at least 25 charging stations there. All Available of course, since no one can use them. Many of them in really bad shape.
I wonder how much all that stuff did cost, a few years ago. Something that is now obsolete. And not even replaced, or updated.
What a shame...
But they are not free. They are run by a company called Blink.
It costs $2 an hour. Which is OK I guess.
So in about 3hrs, I went from 58 miles to 101.
From there, I get about 4 miles per hour.
Like someone mentioned here in the comments, the Leaf is not for everyone. You need to figure out if it is really for you.
Getting one if you can't plug it anywhere, or if you do over 100 miles a day is like getting a 2 seater sport car and complaining about luggage space.
So far, I really like it. It is a very nice, solid and comfortable "real car". With more power than most other compacts on the road today.