This document is referred to as our Safety Guidelines. It is intended to provide basic safety guidelines when you are using Charging Services at our locations. Electricity can be dangerous. Failure to take proper precautions when using it can result in serious injury, property damage or even death. Throughout these Safety Guidelines, we have recommendations, some of which are actual legal requirements (or based on legal requirements) and some of which are what we believe to be prudent practices. The document should be taken as a whole and all of our recommendations followed or improved upon. You should not do less than what we have recommended, but you are always permitted to do more – you can be safer, you can be better trained, you can take any other actions required by law. Safety is a priority.
DO NOT OPERATE YOUR CELL PHONE WHILE YOU ARE OPERATING A VEHICLE AT OUR LOCATIONS
Cell phones are distracting. Using a cell phone can distract you and result in you damaging the charging equipment or other vehicles.
DO NOT TOUCH EXPOSED WIRES
If you encounter exposed wires at any location, do not touch or attempt to move the wires. Contact emergency services or the other contact information available at the location.
DISCONNECT CHARGER BEFORE MOVING THE VEHICLE
Moving the vehicle while the charger is connected can damage the vehicle and the charger.
SPEED LIMIT IS 5MPH
Observe the 5mph speed limit all times.
Do Not Force Charger Connections
The charger connections will connect without undue force. Requiring excessive force usually indicates the charger connector is not properly aligned with the charging port or it is damaged. Do not use excessive force to connect the chargers.
License and Insurance
You must have a valid driver’s license and insurance before entering our locations to use a charging station.
Do not carry firearms while at our charging stations, other than those that might be lawfully transported within the vehicle. Do not use our charging services after using any substance that might impair your ability to do so such as drugs, alcohol or certain cold medications. Do not use our charging services if environmental conditions make it unsafe to do so.
When another truck is in your vicinity, always make eye contact with other driver(s) before crossing in front, behind, or adjacent to a truck.