It probably doesn't feel like it if you have just bought an ID3 but if the problem occurs with multiple charger brands that is a good thing.A later post says...
We are already receiving reports of posts on the ID3 Facebook page that people are having to unplug their car and plug it back in again to charge on Economy 7 tariffs - that's with other makes of charger, nothing to do with zappi!
So basically VW are not adhering to standards. They will need to get it fixed.
There has been constant dialogue from end users, myenergi back to VW via dealers and other means.Anyone know if this issue has been fixed yet? My ID3 delivery is looming and I rather fancied a Zappi.
Yes - that is correct.Woodulike wrote: ↑
12:28 AM - 16 days ago
I had an email back on Friday afternoon saying my email was passed onto the technical team who are aware of the issue with the Zappi and developments are in progress.
It then went on to say that myenergi would be in contact when the problem had been resolved. It made it sound like the Zappi needed the changes. @myenergi_Dr_Chris. I would like to go back to them saying the Zappi isn't at fault and that I expect them to update me when there's a software update for my car.
Would I be correct in saying that?