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Brendon Ross

I think that right now this is not too much of a problem. Considering electric cars are not overly popular at this time they can probably get away with it. As electric cars become more of a household commodity I don't think this will fly.

Your example of 4 spots at the gas station being strictly for BMWs really puts this example into perspective. That obviously would not fly in today's market.

By the time one out of every two people own an electric car I hope there are regulations against Tesla's plans but till then I don't see the problem.

Great post!

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