Should Business Fleet Operators Be Able To Charge For Free At “Free” Charging Stations?

In order to incentivize the adoption of electric vehicles, some charging station providers, utility companies and municipalities (as well as some dealerships) offer free use of their electric car charging stations to any members of the public who wish to charge there car there.

While some networks ban access to free charging for those who operate businesses with electric car fleets (like taxi firms) others don’t, and it’s not unusual to see a fleet-owned electric car charging up at a free charging station.

But should they be allowed to?

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