The most important things with Plugshare charges are to contact the person in advance (days if possible) and to not make things difficult for them.
No idea who he is, but I assume some sort of singer or actor if he's worth mentioning. Pretty cool to have someone famous drop vy.I've had a few visitors borrow my charger at my house over four years. One was Brian Kent on his cross-country Leaf tour.
Some chargers on plugshare.com is listed with a charge fee and some aren't. If you're not sure about the residential ones, best to call ahead.This is completely new to me and I have no idea what it is. Seems pretty straight forward.. residence offer to share their outlets and charging stations for random people to use. But is it like houses on a map that you just roll up to or how does it work exactly? And this is all free correct?
I've thought about listing mine since I have a house 1 mile from I-5, and 3 miles from I-205. The EVSE is located in my garage though, and is only capable of 2.9 kW (converted Leaf charger). At $0.08/kWh, I wouldn't bother collecting reimbursement. A full Bolt charge would only be about $4.