That’s with the J1772 Connector. The charging stops when you push down the button on the top of the connector to unlock it and pull out.Are you sure about that? I always used to just unplug my Leafs (24 and 30) at home by pressing the release lever and pulling the plug out at the car end (tethered charger). There was a lock but I only ever used it when away from home. Of course some of the public chargers have locks on their end too.
You're not. Unless you've deliberately tampered with something (release button on Type 1 or locking pin mechanism on Type 2). All designed so that connections can't be broken whilst carrying current.ok this is good info thanks - answered more than one question!
He's paranoid I'm going to electrocute myself if its raining.