BMW Driver’s New Favourite Thing Is To Park In Electric Charging Spaces
DISCOVERING a new hobby which help the joy radiate from the very core of his soul, local BMW driver David Calley has found a new lease of life.
“They are few and far between but that’s the beauty of it, it’s a rare treat for me,” explained Calley doing laps of the town, his eyes darting from side to side while on the look out for a dedicated electricity charging point.
“To really rub it in I sometimes leave the fuel cap cover visible,” sniggered Calley as he sped up to cut off the driver of an electric car from taking a space.
Building a map in his head of all the public charging points may have been enough for a normal BMW driver, but Calley is far from typical.
The 50-year-old has taken to scoping out driveways and kerbs in residential areas in which home charging of electric vehicles is done.
“I’ll park up and block the driveway just to make that bit harder for them. Think they own the road they do, like the rules don’t apply to them. Well, this is my little way of telling them they can’t get away with it,” said Calley, who confessed to no longer getting an adrenaline rush from parking in disabled spaces.