[Oeva-list] Drive to the coast
terrapin99 at gmail.com
Wed May 7 17:52:30 PDT 2014
I took my Leaf to Pacific City on Sunday. The charging experience wasn't too bad. I broke down and bought the monthly charging package from AV. I'm not sure if it will pan out for me but $19.99 for unlimited charging is better than standing around waiting for tech support to authorize a single charge for $7.50.
The charging station at Spirit Mountain Casino was nicely placed next to the mini-mart with bathrooms and refreshments. The charge was quick and convenient.
I drove to Pacific City and enjoyed lunch with my son at the Pelican. I made it back to Lincoln City with a few miles left on the battery and found my way to the Cultural Center for another quick charge.
It amazes me that they don't place the charging in more prominent locations. We walked about 8 blocks before we found anything of interest. My son enjoyed the puddles and the rain, not to mention the salt water taffy.
The full charge was enough to get us back to Salem with quite a bit to spare.
I'm interested to hear from others who have explored the Oregon Coast. Where have you traveled and what was your charging experience?
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