I arrived at the area ChargePoint station, nearest in seven miles, and discovered a new Chevy Bolt owner attempting to hook-up for a charge with a Tesla in the adjacent bay. No electricity. The Tesla seemed to be charging fine, but the other side of the charging station was dead. I exchanged places with the Bolt owner, plugged-in my Volt to tempt the station to begin charging. This has happened previously when a Tesla was drawing amps from the ChargePoint station. Electric flow seems to initiate when the Tesla departs. I am wondering whether the draw-down issue arises for other people at charging stations. I repeatedly called ChargePoint concerning technical failures of the station. The telephone call costs me as much as the benefit of the daily charge. The respondent does not seem to have an answer for me. As electric vehicle ownership increases, the demand on the limited infrastructure is problematic. The new Bolt owner, retired, agreed to return during the next day when the Tesla will be gone. The ChargePoint kicked-in later, providing me with a charge before I parked my vehicle and went to bed. All homes in my community of thousands of people are condominiums and the lawyers for the HOA's have banned electric vehicle charging throughout the village. The friction to adoption of electric vehicles continues.