The electric cars that are sold worldwide also need charging, which results not only from domestic sockets but also in public places, with chargers coming to cover a series of needs for fast charging and serving the public that has “gone to electric mobility”.
Thus, we inevitably see chargers springing up around us.
What does KOK foresee?
K.O.K. however, it has provided for these cases, defining the occupation of the charging position by a conventional car as a violation.
In fact, the fine may not be large, but it also has an additional penalty that “hurts” the offender much more.
Specifically, for anyone who occupies an electric car charging position with another, conventional technology, the penalty provided by the K.O.K. it is a monetary fine of 40 euros as well as removal of the license plates and the vehicle’s license for 20 days.