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charged vehicles or petrol or diesel vehicles blocking dedicated EV spaces. This can make the chargepoint unusable for others if the charging cables cannot reach other spaces. In general, EVs can use chargepoints within five meters as most charging cables are roughly 4-8 metres long. Figure 1 illustrates the impact of different layouts.
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