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Charging in Scotland

I am on holiday in Scotland at the moment and noticed most towns & villages around have a Charing points in car parks in areas I have visited.
England take note!
If you wish folk to go all Electric then we need chargers fitted in car parks all round.
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I am on holiday in Scotland at the moment and noticed most towns & villages around have a Charing points in car parks in areas I have visited.
England take note!
If you wish folk to go all Electric then we need chargers fitted in car parks all round.
But do all the Scotish points work? I had to abandon the idea of touring Scotland last year as most (and I mean most) of the CCS charging points were not working.
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But do all the Scotish points work? I had to abandon the idea of touring Scotland last year as most (and I mean most) of the CCS charging points were not working.
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It has been my experience that Scottish chargers have a far higher rate of failure - or more likely a much longer wait for repair, then anywhere else in the UK.

I blame an aversion to work among the skirt-wearing, haggis-eaters or a compete lack of affinity with this new-fangled `leccy` stuff.
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