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I don't understand the logic on this. If the port is in the front of the vehicle you can pull the truck in forward and leave the trailer connected... blocking traffic and/or other charger stalls?
Not sure what you don't understand. With the charge port on the left rear and most supercharger stalls requiring backing in, if you are towing anything, you'd have to unhook or pull in sideways that would block stalls to charge. If it were in the front, you could pull in without unhooking as long as you weren't blocking the traffic lane with the trailer. Having the option to plug in at either end would be nice IMHO.
 

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Not sure what you don't understand. With the charge port on the left rear and most supercharger stalls requiring backing in, if you are towing anything, you'd have to unhook or pull in sideways that would block stalls to charge. If it were in the front, you could pull in without unhooking as long as you weren't blocking the traffic lane with the trailer. Having the option to plug in at either end would be nice IMHO.
...and where is the trailer, then?

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...and where is the trailer, then?

-Crissa
Behind the truck like all trailers usually are. Maybe it's just the way I'm explaining it but whatever.
 

 
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