Electric Vehicles: What have you spotted?

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Very dark grey

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Three white ones, an S and two 3s. One on the A1 south near Durham, one between Middleton In Teesdal and Bishop Aukland and the third I followed into my street :)

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BMW I3 Rex.....charger hogger
Hyundai Ioniq full electric in white.


Driver of the Ioniq reminded me of "man of few words and a bit of an attitude" from Alnwick a few weeks ago. Yes I had arrived at the charger about 2 minutes before him ( after organising the turfing-off off a Charger hogger Mitsubishi who's cable literally had a complete spiders web on it), but I did find out in the two or three words he did utter that he had 50 Miles Range left. Plenty to go anywhere in Northumberland he fancied to get a charge so I wasnt inclined to offer him my space. Did tell him where some chargers were as he was driving off but listening and appearing marginally interested wasn't one of his strong points.

Shame, usually I would have started a conversation up with a fellow ev user, and most you meet are more than happy to talk about their cars, and his for me was an unusual spot....not many around.
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Also an Ironic, and a finger. Bloody phone :(
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In the hospital car park with the Zoe's. Only one seen and it was a red TT :( Driving with an ambulance on my tail so no photo.

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Number plate....TCHleasing https://www.tchleasing.co.uk/products

Also into salary sacrifice shemes for which they have adopted the abbrev. SALSA!
TCH SALSA

TCHSalsa is the brand name for TCH Leasing’s salary sacrifice product that enables employers to offer their staff access to one of the most sought after benefits, a company car, at no cost to the organisation.
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Down at Druridge Bay near the Drift Cafe a nice Kia Soul Ev pulled into the carpark...
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Love the colour 😍😍

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Just this one was captured during our travels - didn't even get a shot of Neil's Leaf!!
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What's the grey apparition on the bumper?

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CitroJim wrote:
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What's the grey apparition on the bumper?
The smoke that the software hides at MOT time.

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mickthemaverick wrote:
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didn't even get a shot of Neil's Leaf!!
A few pints inside you and the police mooching around, not the best time to whip a camera out of your pocket and photograph parked cars!

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myglaren wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:47
CitroJim wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:44
What's the grey apparition on the bumper?
The smoke that the software hides at MOT time.
:rofl2:

I think it was an out of focus shot of a gift from a passing pigeon on the windscreen!! :-D

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:50
mickthemaverick wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:34
didn't even get a shot of Neil's Leaf!!
A few pints inside you and the police mooching around, not the best time to whip a camera out of your pocket and photograph parked cars!

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I think we were lucky to avoid interrogation there!! :-D In Hertford our chums in blue would definitely have spoken to me about driving a car at that point!! :-D

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myglaren wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:47
CitroJim wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:44
What's the grey apparition on the bumper?
The smoke that the software hides at MOT time.
:lol:
mickthemaverick wrote:
18 Sep 2020, 14:50
I think it was an out of focus shot of a gift from a passing pigeon on the windscreen!! :-D
:o :lol:

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A dark grey Tesla S