A Good Problem: California's Electric Car Charger Congestion
Electric cars aren't evenly distributed across the U.S. By far the largest single market for them is California.
And in a sign of increasing adoption rates--there are now roughly 75,000 plug-in cars on the nation's roads--some electric-car drivers are facing a new problem.
Charging stations in public parking lots are now sometimes fully occupied, meaning they can't recharge their cars' batteries.
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