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Old 04-30-2016, 05:01 PM   #1
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Question Electric Car Cord

My neighbour got an electric car. Of course, I came to see this monstrous) Looks like usual car with a lot of electronics and sensors. But what took my attention is the cord for charging the car. I have never seen such. It consists three poles two short poles and one long. I asked him why is such way - and nobody knows. Well, I am asking here. Why in electrical car cable two poles short and one long? Thanks!
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