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Yesterday I noticed the City of DeWitt's one public level 2 charger was wrapped in yellow police tape. Don't know what's up with that, it was working fine a year ago. If I had managed to get a dealer to sell me a new 2016 SparkEV I'd be sorely missing that charger right now, the plan was to have the city I work in pay for 60% of my winter EV fuel costs. In bad weather I probably couldn't even make the 72 mile round trip without charging at both ends of the commute.My monthly fueling costs have gone from about $125 in my 2012 ECO MT to $45 with my 2017 Volt. Of that $45, $20 is provided by the Colorado School of Mines in the form of free four hour charging at work each day.
(today I completed seven days of my commute on one tank of gas, the first time I'd ever done that many days without a 20 gallon Mercedes fuel tank)