What’s it called? Cumbernauld.

What doesn’t it have?  Much in the way of charging.

Looking at the map Cumbernauld has one point in the centre. The nearby points in brown are restricted access, office hours only.  Not great.

The problem that I had at the Cambuslang office was back.  An RFID controlled post, but no tags.  As the only spare had been issued to Cambuslang, this one will take longer. 
Today was straightforward, tomorrow is more of a challenge, as the journey has a few more legs. Nothing insurmountable, Rapids at Falkirk provide comfort if required, although the range is adequate.  It’s about flexibility more than anything.

Western Nissan have two  Rapids that may be up and running at Newbridge  at their new garage that would be ideal.  

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njel13

Engineer, EV driver, dog owner.

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