Looks like Nissan has a comment on this particular topic...This is another sticky issue with EV's in general. Clearly, people have to get accustomed to the limitations of range, speed to charge, where you can charge, planning lunches that you really wouldn't take but you'll lie to yourself and tell all of us and yourself you read a book, ate a sandwich and found God for a charge on the 200 mile trip, but the one aspect that will give a bad rep to the technology is flat out failing to get a charge. I have talked to people who have been frustrated with the; 'you have to lift the cord, remove tension to initiate the charge' issue and that's manageable for those that are aware of it. However, I'm worried that gremlins in all aspects of failed charging is a black eye that the industry I hope is addressing. I myself have had to move my car from pedestal to pedestal to find a working unit, whether it's a card reader or something else.
In any case, I hope you don't have any issues in the future.
Nissan exec plays up ‘EV-like’ hybrids that don’t need to be plugged in
The Nissan product strategist said, "We have a lot of female Leaf drivers, and in some cases, the technologies that we use today are not so friendly for them."