Actually a few "funny' things happened to me at the Squamish Supercharger.
First, when I arrived at the supercharger, three ICE cars were parked in 3 of the 6 stalls. That was quite upsetting. Even more upsetting was that on two of the stalls Tesla had written "General Parking For 60 Minutes". I guess the third ICE car just thought it applied to all the stalls? Furthermore, if three tesla's are charging when you arrive, that means you might have to wait 60 minutes for some ICE car to drive away before you could even start to charge. What's with that TESLA? In fact after we charged up (food at Boston Pizza and Amps from Tesla) one of the ICE cars was still there. Since it took us over 60 min to eat i expect that ICE car was definitely over its 60 min limit.
Are all supercharger locations labeled this way? Could someone who has been to multiple locations chime in on this most important issue. Am I overreacting? Probably.
The second "funny thing that happened was on our return journey. We stopped at the same supercharger and just as we pulled in we had a family riding in quite a nice looking Mercedes come over. Two kids with iPads and iPhones in hand started taking pictures outside and INSIDE. Opened the doors, took pictures of the console and seats. Then the parents asked about all the things you probably asked when you were once an ICE car owner. The great thing is that at the end of it all I think we made a sale!!!
The third (and final) "funny" thing that happened was also during our return journey stop. A guy in a BMW i3 pulled up and started to plug in the tesla cord. Only to find that it didn't fit. I said it was for Tesla's only. Dang! I must have sounded so snooty. Too late! Anyway, he thought these chargers were merely "sponsored" by Tesla but were for all electric cars. On the one hand I felt he shouldn't be allowed to use them, and on the other hand I felt like a real douche for even thinking this. What's the right way to feel in this case? Am I overreacting again?