Submitted by hsadler on May 26, 2013
I remember in the 60's and 70s as the Interstate Hwy system was being built, traveling across open areas (such as Texas), and as you came to a small town, you would have to drive right through the center of the town. Remarkably, the Interstate bypasses took an extremely long time to be built around the towns.
Ok, they did not want to lose any bit of the traveller business that was passing by. But eventually it happened.
Now, I can see the opposite happening where, if I have a SC strategically placed, EVERY Tesla will be stopping.
And why not also provide 'charging plazas' which can accommodate any type of EV?
Hello!!! Texas Politicos!!! Get on the bandwagon and start the trend where your town will not be 'bypassed' because the next town is begging for the EV business!