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    Charging - Waco Texas (Floyd Casey)

    If my car gets dropped off by Thursday and if I can top it off before Friday afternoon, I want to take it to Floyd Casey Stadium to see my daughter's high school football championship game. New battery and initial range anxiety makes me doubt it will make it door to door.

    Anyone know if there is a Blink, Chargepoint, or similar (something with 20-30 miles/hr of charge) at the stadium?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sublimaze1 View Post
    If my car gets dropped off by Thursday and if I can top it off before Friday afternoon, I want to take it to Floyd Casey Stadium to see my daughter's high school football championship game. New battery and initial range anxiety makes me doubt it will make it door to door.

    Anyone know if there is a Blink, Chargepoint, or similar (something with 20-30 miles/hr of charge) at the stadium?

    Thanks
    WJ
    According to http://www.carstations.com there is a charger 1.1 miles away and an Oncor Electric office. Details here: http://carstations.com/23502
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    According to http://www.carstations.com there is a charger 1.1 miles away and an Oncor Electric office. Details here: http://carstations.com/23502
    Saw that. Was hoping Baylor had put one at the stadium.

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    Looks like they have RV parking for tailgating with 'RV electrical hookups' which I assume is NEMA 14-50. Might try calling the stadium to find out what they mean by that and if you can charge there. Good luck.
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