By on November 13, 2019

You’re likely familiar with the concept of “ICEing,” even if the term itself leaves you scratching that little dry spot on the top of your head. It’s when a vehicle with an internal combustion engine (ICE) is intentionally parked at an EV charging space it cannot use in order to make a statement.

Presumably, that statement is little more than “I don’t like electric cars,” though there may be a more complicated dogma afoot — perhaps involving the role EVs play within society and the issue of the environment. We don’t really know, since there’s not a designated ICEing spokesperson to ask.

However, there’s no real need of an official mouthpiece to tell us that the movement has maintained its momentum.

Teslarati covered an event from September where dozens of members of Cars & Coffee Yorktown (New York) parked muscle cars and trucks in spaces clearly designated for EVs. It suggested the sabotage was getting more malicious, though the group organizing the event later said cars simply needed a place to park at the location and held no EV-related prejudices.

Roughly a month later, Teslarati reported on another incident — this time in Germany.

A photo Polizei Berlin posted to Twitter on November 9th shows a blue Ford Raptor being craned onto a flatbed for illegally occupying multiple charging stations.

“Our #A11 also cares about heavyweights: Had the big blue actually tapped the charging station, the electricity would probably have been lost in the surrounding households,” explains the translated tweet.

Considering the rather trivial (albeit selfish) nature of the crime, and the possibility that this Raptor owner may have just wanted a spot closer to the building, Berlin’s police force seems to be making an example on the off chance it might inspire others. That bit about creating blackouts if “big blue actually tapped the charging station” goes for any car and seems wholly unnecessary. It creates a sense that parking the truck illegally creates a larger danger to the community, which we assume was the intent.

Realistically, Polizei Berlin probably would have been better served by just ticking this guy or towing him in silence so they could keep making money off similar events. But clearly this is  a warning to other drivers not to park in spaces the city has given over to EVs. Maybe German authorities are worried that anti-EV sentiments are on the rise and doesn’t want to risk a situation where dissenters obnoxiously clog up charging stations; regardless, we doubt it’ll do much to curtail ICEing. It’s bound to continue happening, even by accident, and one imagines there are loads of gas- and diesel-burning vehicles with owners who would still get a kick out of intentionally giving electric cars the middle finger.

I think the German equivalent involves tucking the thumb into the got-your-nose position.

[Images: Polizei Berlin]

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110 Comments on “Electric Vehicle ‘ICEing’ Spreads to Germany...”


  • avatar
    Whatnext

    So German pick-up drivers are just as much insecure douches as their American counterparts?

  • avatar
    R Henry

    The whole concept of preferred parking spaces–for anyone, is what grates with me. Even the handicapped spots–which are so often occupied by individuals handicapped by the enormous volumes of food they eat. Should we really be given preferred parking if we are morbidly obese?

    • 0 avatar
      Fliggin_De_Fluge

      Thats right, ride that soapbox. Sure, being obese has nothing to do with the story but hey, never miss a chance to jump on that horse when a clickbait article is posted! Great job!

      • 0 avatar
        R Henry

        Obese, eh?

      • 0 avatar
        stuki

        Obese has everything to do with the story. The Raptor guy is so obese he has no choice but to 1) Drive something as wide as a Raptor to have any chance of fitting in the driver seat at all, 2) needs to straddle 2 spots to be able to get his obese self out of his car without getting stuck, and 3)is too obese to be able to waddle any further than back and forth to the closest available doublewide spot, which happens to be electrified.

    • 0 avatar
      slavuta

      What I get ticked for, is when handicapped car parks and out of it comes young healthy chick. Although, it possible she came to pickup HC person…

      • 0 avatar
        Snooder

        A girl i went to college with got booted once for parking in the handicapped spot.

        She had been in an accident years before and had surgery on her knee. By the time i knew her, she was mostly fine, but somehow she managed to keep the sticker. And of course, she wasnt going to pass up the opportunity to park up close, especially since the lot tended to fill up.

        After a couple of years of seeing her car parked there, often with a couple tickets on it, one day we show up for finals and there is her car with a giant boot on the rear tire. And even after that, she still kept parking there.

        Some people huh.

      • 0 avatar
        redgolf

        This happens all the time, just because someone has a handicap sticker in the car doesn’t always apply to the driver, of course the police never go around and enforce it! I’ve had two hip replacements and do not have a handicap sign, don’t need one.

    • 0 avatar
      probert

      Yeah – like every time I go to a gas station there’s cars and stuff parked at the pumps – who do they think they are? PREFERRED!! oooo I’m so steamed…

    • 0 avatar
      ttacgreg

      Are these EV spots in some sense like the spaces by fuel pumps? How would pick up truck driver react to a Tesla occupying a space next to a gas pump?

    • 0 avatar
      SaulTigh

      The company I work for just moved into a new building, and there are many reserved spaces out front. Handicap of course, then corporate security, then company maintenance vehicles, and then the Vice Presidents and above get reserved spaces. Those all seem reasonable, or at the least justifiable. However, they snuck a new one in on us: Expectant mother parking, complete with a baby carriage sign.

      Oh, and by the way, I see just as many super fit people using the handicap spaces after crashing their bike or blowing out their knees as I do someone with a few extra pounds that wore out a joint over time.

      • 0 avatar
        slavuta

        So? In the old USSR you would see a sign in all transportation – “Dear passengers, please vacate a seat for veterans, handicaps, pregnant women and passengers with children”. And it was actually a norm when men or younger people would get up and offer their seat to a woman or any older person.

    • 0 avatar
      Secret Hi5

      VETERAN-only parking is another one! Ridiculous.
      Where should a disabled pregnant veteran park?

  • avatar
    EBFlex

    A Raptor driving hero. Give him an award!

    • 0 avatar
      CaddyDaddy

      I would never park my ICE truck next to Tesla, the chance of fire damage is way to high…….

      • 0 avatar
        ToddAtlasF1

        Touché.

      • 0 avatar
        mcs

        “the chance of fire damage is way to high…….”

        Can’t blame you. I’m sure you’re insurance company wouldn’t be happy with you when your pickup catches fire and damages an expensive car.

        Seatbelts:

        https://www.ajc.com/news/national/ford-recalling-about-million-150-pickup-trucks-due-fire-hazard/2cu4WFlMdsWe371CQLOA1K/

        Second Block heater recall:
        https://www.autonews.com/regulation-safety/ford-recalls-f-150-super-duty-trucks-second-time-fire-risk

        First Block heater recall :
        https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/ford-recall-f-150-super-duty-pickups-fire-risks/

        GM:

        https://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/gm-recalling-hundreds-thousands-trucks-after-reports-fires-n1001661

        RAM:

        https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2019/10/28/ram-pickups-recalled-for-coolant-leaks-and-fire-risk/

    • 0 avatar
      probert

      He got the ” We have towed you and you now owe a lot of money and your insurance just increased” award. I’m good with that.

  • avatar
    FreedMike

    This just in: jerks exist outside the United States too.

  • avatar
    Nick_515

    Douchebag.

  • avatar
    SCE to AUX

    “It’s when a vehicle with an internal combustion engine (ICE) is intentionally parked at an EV charging space it cannot use in order to make a statement”

    Not always. Sometimes people just don’t notice the meager markings to identify the purpose of the spot.

    For me, a more common and egregious form of ICEing is when people assume the gas pump is their personal parking place, giving them time to run into the store for cigarettes, slushies, and lottery tickets, while everybody waits outside to fill up. This summer, I once saw *10* driverless cars at the gas station pumps at one time.

    • 0 avatar
      tankinbeans

      I’m confused about the exact nature of the perceived infraction. Is the implication that these drivers did not fuel up their car, or that they’re going inside after fueling the car to get their miscellaneous items? If the former, I can understand the animous, but if it’s the latter I really don’t understand the problem. The pump can’t be reset until it’s been paid out so another person couldn’t pull right up to get gas anyway.

      I’m not trying to snark out, but I’m genuinely confused.

      • 0 avatar
        dal20402

        Not many people are going inside to pay anymore. OP presumably would rather that people finish pumping their gas (almost always paid at the pump), move their car to an ordinary parking space, and then do their cancer stick run.

        • 0 avatar
          tankinbeans

          I’m one of the guys that refuses to pay at the pump. Many stations in my area place a hold on a credit/debit card when used at the pump. Then again my trips inside take all of 5 minutes.

          • 0 avatar
            dal20402

            5 minutes feels like a long time when you’re sitting in a line waiting for a pump.

            (And there’s never a line for the EV charger at my house!)

          • 0 avatar
            tankinbeans

            Most of it is spent waiting for others ahead of me in line, some of whom are in fact getting lottery tickets and cigarettes. I do my best not to take longer than necessary, while not doing multiple transactions unnecessarily.

          • 0 avatar
            Art Vandelay

            “(And there’s never a line for the EV charger at my house!)”

            Yeah, well the gas pump never trips a breaker if it is running when I hit the trigger on my welder either.

          • 0 avatar
            dal20402

            Sounds like it’s time for some electrical repairs at your house, Art!

          • 0 avatar
            ToolGuy

            Art,

            If the circuit is overloaded, that is one thing – but if you are getting nuisance trips, try a “High Magnetic” breaker on your welder circuit.

        • 0 avatar
          slavuta

          We have one station, where I personally had my credit card stolen 3 times or more. So, yea, I go and pre-pay inside, where I am guarantee no tempering with the card reader. Sorry for making you wait

        • 0 avatar
          sgeffe

          On the rare occasion that I decide to treat myself to a slushie, I’ll move away from the pump if the station is full. If there’s only a few cars around, I’ll lock the car pump-side and go inside.

      • 0 avatar

        Tankinbeans: Just this week, when I was filling up, a motorist pulled up to a pump, got out and immediately went inside the store. She came back out before I was done, bought no gas and drove off. She had, in fact, used the space at the pump for parking. There were, by my estimation, 5 spots available in front of the store. Likewise, there were 4 out of the eight pumps spots available also. I’m somewhat on SCE’s side of this one, although I would agree with your point that those empty cars have owners inside the store after fueling just as easily as not.

        • 0 avatar
          tankinbeans

          In the case you described, a lady going directly in and not buying gas, I fully understand the frustration. If I go to a convenience store without an intention to buy gas, I will park as far from the pumps as possible. Usually I go behind the building and park along the side, at least at my preferred station.

    • 0 avatar
      slavuta

      Can person just go in and pre-pay cash, rather than for slushies?

    • 0 avatar
      Mike-NB2

      Back in my glorious days of TDI ownership this happened a lot to me. The diesel pump would be on an end to allow trucks to use it and would always have a gas hose too. Invariably, someone in a gasser, in a station otherwise unoccupied, would take that one pump.

      One time two drivers took either side of the diesel pump to put gasoline in their cars and then disappeared inside, presumably to pay as they had not used pay-at-the-pump. After 10 minutes of waiting I finally went in to see what the hold up was. Both women had gone into the adjoining McDonalds for lunch. When they finally came out there was me, an ambulance and a fire truck in line.

      BTW – you have the best username here.

    • 0 avatar
      redgolf

      “This summer, I once saw *10* driverless cars at the gas station pumps at one time.” Geez, I didn’t know “driverless cars” (autonmous cars) could also gas up themselves!;-)

  • avatar
    JimZ

    “Presumably, that statement is little more than “I don’t like electric cars,””

    nah, it’s more like “I’m an insecure man-child who feels threatened by things which have nothing to do with me at all. And I’m gonna go home and watch UFC.”

    • 0 avatar
      slavuta

      I think it is the quote. Totally – “get your little POS EV out of here. Real car is this big bad Raptor. And if you f with me, I will simply ride over your car 5 times until I push it into manhole”

    • 0 avatar
      IHateCars

      I drive a Raptor and pulling a dickhead move like this would not occur to me. And to what end? Now you have to pay hefty towing and impound fees just to make your “statement”.

      I dunno….how about just not acting like an a$$hole, then maybe we could all get along better?

      • 0 avatar
        slavuta

        Look. I don’t know if I would do something like this, simply because I am cheap. And as you said, this is an expensive move. First you need to splash on a Raptor. Then pay all sort of tickets, etc. But I totally respect a brave soul who made this story possible. May be because I myself not a big fan of EVs, at least not in a form they’ve came till Mustang EV.

  • avatar
    Fliggin_De_Fluge

    Grats on the latest clickbait. It may have been a few days but man, you really knocked it out. Just look at the replies so far. Really, congratulations.

    • 0 avatar
      conundrum

      Pontificating Posky should open his own dear Abby column, so sure is he of his sense of taste, and he’s also the repository of many old wive’s tales to boot — particularly when it comes to foreign lands and their customs and to him, perched on his roost so high from whence to judge, their damnably laughable capablilities. Me, I look at the USA and find damn near everything upside down and backwards compared to normal logic everywhere else. I guess that’s what makes the place exceptional. Now kindly move your fat turd Raptor off my lawn!

  • avatar
    Kyree S. Williams

    Bet it was some USAB official.

    Also, they probably moved the car because it shouldn’t have been there. Their motivating factor shouldn’t be “how can we make the most money?”; it should be “how best can we enforce the law?” Thus, moving the car—which will surely incur recovery fees for its owner—was the logical solution.

    • 0 avatar
      Art Vandelay

      Doubt it. US forces in Germany driving US Spec vehicles are typically issued a US sized licence plate that looks like the EU style plate. That is a euro style plate. Also not a huge quantity of US Servicemembers in Berlin compared to say, Stuttgart or Frankfurt. Embassy folks would be less likely to bring such a truck and private individuals even less so (They’d be subject to the road taxes and not get access to any tax free fuel that the military types get). Lastly, the last thing a US Servicemember wants to do is make the blotter for these sorts of shenanigans.

      I just got back from a place in Germany with many Americans stationed there and saw like two pickups (one was a RAM 2500 crazy enough). Both had the NATO US sized plates. Dollars to Donuts says this is a German’s ride.

      • 0 avatar
        Jon

        “Lastly, the last thing a US Servicemember wants to do is make the blotter for these sorts of shenanigans.”

        Never underestimate the stupidity of a private whose only payment is car payment. Many moons ago one of my team members peed on the post atm (in Germany) because it was out of money and didn’t give him the cash he wanted to go out on the town that night. He broke the ATM. The ATM had a camera. He got in trouble… lots of trouble.

        I suspect it was a service member because i was one and this sounds like something one of the dumber ones would do. He probably took a road trip with his buddies to Berlin and… rode the train home.

      • 0 avatar
        slavuta

        https://www.stripes.com/news/germany-s-polizei-put-brakes-on-us-car-culture-1.467619

      • 0 avatar
        markf

        “Doubt it. US forces in Germany driving US Spec vehicles are typically issued a US sized licence plate that looks like the EU style plate”

        Not any more. All US service folks are issued local plates, euro size only (since around 2015)

        • 0 avatar
          Art Vandelay

          “Not any more. All US service folks are issued local plates, euro size only (since around 2015)”

          Wasn’t the case when I was there last week. They receive a US sized plate that looks like a EU plate so as to fit the opening if they have a US spec car. If they have a Euro spec car they get the euro plates. So unless it’s an American that got a Euro spec raptor.

    • 0 avatar
      ThomasSchiffer

      It’s Berlin, which tells us that the drivers of such exotic cars tend to either be pimps (prostitution is legal in Germany and prostitutes even fill out their own yearly taxation form) or part of the Arab Clans/Mafia.

      The pimp would very likely be Eastern European, as they’ve taken the business away from the weaker, more law-abiding and less violent German pimps.

  • avatar
    Art Vandelay

    I will say it again, I live in the truck epicenter of the US (Alabama). I routinely drive a Leaf and the only time I have ever gone to a charger to find it occupied by vehicles not plugged in, it has been Teslas at the outdoor mall in Huntsville. It is always the same ones so I assume they work there and see the 2 chargers as their own, personal spot (No, they aren’t Tesla “destination” chargers…just EV chargers provided by the mall. They aren’t even good spots.

    My company has their corporate office there and the few times I have been over there with the Leaf, I charged it and moved it because, you know, I’m not a douche. But not these clowns. Never seen a BroDozer there, or at any other chargers I frequent (and with a gen 1 Leaf with an 80 percent battery, you frequent some)…just those 2 Teslas.

    • 0 avatar
      285exp

      Art, I live at the other end of the state, and I’ll have to say that I have never seen an ICE vehicle parked in any EV charging station, even though most of them are conspicuously positioned in prime parking places, and very seldom are any EVs in them either. A local micro-brewery installed a charging station, likely at least partly paid for through a tax credit, and the only vehicle I’ve ever seen parked there is the owner’s Model X. Given that it takes some considerable time to charge an EV, and most owners aren’t going to wait around while it does, I suspect the vast majority of vehicles taking up charging stations are other EV owners who leave them there for extended time either because they’re too lazy to move them once they’re charged, or think that because the spots are designated EV stations, that those are their own personal parking places.

      You’d think that the Redneck Capital of the World would be a hotbed of this, but Oregon and Illinois have had to pass anti-ICEing laws, not us.

    • 0 avatar
      Daniel J

      I live in the same city, and I know exactly where you are talking about. Last time I went by, I saw a Tesla and a BMW i3. The only issue I have is that these two spots are good spots, and in many cases “unused” even on a crowded day.

      I have no issue with giving people close spots (or even a spot at all) to those with disabilities or other handicap issues. I do have a problem with basically reserving specific spots(and in many cases good spots) just because someone has an EV. Then even after they charge their car use it as an excuse just to park there.

  • avatar
    Hummer

    I’m sure this isn’t the first occasion in Germany, and I’m sure the culprit isn’t always American pickups, but I guess this is a good way to get clicks from those whose fragile masculinity is insulted by the stereotypical American man who would drive such a “monstrosity”.

    • 0 avatar
      Art Vandelay

      Again, my experience as a US servicemember and contractor in Germany says this is a German’s truck. Americans get American style plates for USDM cars brought over.

      • 0 avatar
        Hummer

        I didn’t intend to make it sound as if it were an Americans truck, I assumed all along it was a locals.

      • 0 avatar
        slavuta

        Look at this picture
        https://c8.alamy.com/comp/P2HDTN/us-army-military-police-mp-with-the-18th-mp-brigade-in-wiesbaden-germany-arrived-to-assist-with-us-army-garrison-wiesbadens-exercise-on-sept-14-2016-focusing-on-force-protection-and-readiness-exercises-are-a-vital-part-of-ensuring-the-garrison-is-prepared-to-protect-our-soldiers-and-families-and-that-our-community-remains-secure-readiness-begins-on-installations-160914-a-ps499-005-us-army-photo-by-visual-information-specialist-dee-crawfordreleased-P2HDTN.jpg

        US military police in Europe. What license plate they have?

        • 0 avatar
          ToolGuy

          I never see a hyperlink that long without wondering if someone is compensating…

        • 0 avatar

          Yes, but nothing on the truck declares that it is a US military police. So nationality of owner is open to interpretation. It may as well belong to Russian (or Ukrainian for that matter) Mafia.

        • 0 avatar
          Art Vandelay

          Those are European cars. If your car is EU spec you get an EU style plate. If it is US spec you get a us style plate. official vehicles are a whole nother matter as well.
          It is really a matter of physically mounting the plates….euro plates won’t fit us cutouts.

          But go ahead…not like I was stationed there for 4 years or anything.

      • 0 avatar
        markf

        “Again, my experience as a US servicemember and contractor in Germany says this is a German’s truck. Americans get American style plates for USDM cars brought over.”

        Not any more. Local plates, euro sized only are now issued to all service personnel.

  • avatar
    ThomasSchiffer

    There are four parking spots reserved for EVs outside of my apartment. Currently two are occupied, one by a Tesla Model S and the other by a second-generation Audi TT with Swiss license plates…

  • avatar
    dukeisduke

    Can’t we all just get along?

  • avatar
    dukeisduke

    I don’t see any fender repeater lamps on the Raptor – are the signals on the mirrors legal as a substitute?

  • avatar
    dal20402

    I suppose getting your car towed to own the libs demonstrates real commitment.

    “and one imagines there are loads of gas- and diesel-burning vehicles with owners who would still get a kick out of intentionally giving electric cars the middle finger.”

    Why? Did an electric car owner sleep with your wife or something?

  • avatar
    indi500fan

    There’s a six pack of Tesla juice slots at my local Meijer store.
    Nobody blocks them because they are located at the far end of the parking lot, a much farther distance from the entrance than typical parking spots. That’s likely the best way to prevent the problem. A little extra hike to the store should boost your virtue signalling and social credit scores too.

  • avatar
    Zipster

    hummer:

    You talk about “fragile masculinity”? The guy who uses a name to evoke power and dominance? Who alluded to using his “second amendment rights” if the government sought to take away his SUV? You probably go through the day repeating the words, “I am not a pussy, I am not a pussy.”

    • 0 avatar
      Hummer

      What the hell are you talking about? What name exactly am I using? And lastly what American loving citizen wouldn’t use their second Amendment rights to overthrow a tyrannical government, that’s the whole purpose of the Amendment numbnuts.

      • 0 avatar
        Zipster

        hummer:

        Based upon prior comments, it is obvious that you would not know a tyrannical government if you saw one. As long as you have your man boosters, you are fine with whatever the government does.

        • 0 avatar
          Hummer

          Rather circular argument there, I’m quite aware of what a tyrannical government would do. Man boosters? I don’t need testosterone supplements thank you. I do fine taking care of 3 kids – including a newborn, living on a decent tract of land, tending a nice garden, and riding dirt bikes and ATV with the kids all keep me in shape while getting tons of fresh air

          Live healthy and you won’t need your supplements.

  • avatar
    ToddAtlasF1

    Driving a Raptor in the Fourth Reich sounds like a cry for attention, which is being indulged. Result!

  • avatar

    This incident demonstrates that Germany is a law abiding country, that’s all. Unlike California where you can commit crimes if damage is less than $1000, absolutely punishment free and illegal immigrants, including criminals, are welcomed by authorities with open hands. It is a hot mess in other words. And at the same time the President cannot speak with foreign leaders.

  • avatar
    jdmcomp

    Charging points often are blocked by electric/hybrid cars left on chargers all day while the owner is at work. The entire system of charging at public points simply will not work until there are valets to move cars around, and this is an added cost for the system. Many living in apartments do not have access to charging, and if available it is blocked as seen above. A expensive public (often) charger that can charge two cars max in one day. What a waste of money. There are many problems to be solved via electric cars, and few actually have much to do with building cars. Differing charging plugs, lack of charging, hogging of charging points, extremely stupid design of charging points, ect.

  • avatar
    micko4472

    Perhaps drivers of EVs should carry a few caltrops for such occasions.

  • avatar
    -Nate

    Being a dickhead is never O.K. .

    Making endless false anti California rants isn’t O.K. either .

    I have a pickup truck, it’s old and gets poor fuel economy, so what ? .

    I’d never park in a space I didn’t deserve, I’m disabled and I don’t always park in the handicap spots just because I can .

    I hope I never, _EVER_ am forced to buy/own/drive any all electric car but I don’t fear and mindlessly hate them either .

    -Nate

  • avatar
    vvk

    Tonight I stopped by a Nissan dealer to use their fast charger. The charger was ICEd by a huge pickup truck. It wasn’t new and it wasn’t fancy. It looked like a work truck and had some weird signage about some cemetery and about honor and such. I went inside and asked if I could use the charger. The nice service manager went to get the pickup’s owner. I stood by because I was curious to see the “bad” person who blocks EV chargers. A pathetic looking old man came out and got into the truck. It looked like it was not easy for him to drive the monster.

    I thought to myself: this is what these people are. Pathetic and feeble minded. I am going to start thinking about them differently.

    • 0 avatar
      ajla

      “a Nissan dealer”
      “It wasn’t new and it wasn’t fancy. It looked like a work truck”
      “A pathetic looking old man came out”
      “I thought to myself: this is what these people are. Pathetic and feeble minded.”

      Whew. Not sure what you were going for or if this is some type of satire, but this comment reads pretty terrible my man.

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