I purchased a 2017 Nissan Leaf from Bellevue Nissan a couple weeks ago and had a very positive experience (I wrote a review about that purchse here on DealerRater). I had thought (perhaps mistakenly) that the salesperson had told me I could use the charging stations of any Nissan dealer if I was travelling. Tomorrow is my anniversary so my wife and I decided to travel over to stay the night at Moclips on the pacific ocean. The trip is about 20 miles longer than the range of my Leaf so I programmed my GPS to stop off at the Olympia Nissan dealer. I parked the car and went inside to ask if it would be OK to top off my car with about 20 miles worth of charge so that I could make it to Moclips where our motel had a charger. Two salesmen were sitting at their desks with no customers. One said to me in a sarcastic voice, "I see you bought your car in Bellevue. Why do you think you should get to charge it free here?" I replied that I would be glad to pay for it using the Charge Point app on my phone. He replied, again in a sarcastic voice, "You can't use that app here." I said, "So am I just out of luck?" He replied, "yup". I left and eventually found another place to charge. This dealership may have saved a few cents on the electricity it would have taken to top off my charge, but they also turned a happy new Nissan owner into an angry one, and I don't quite see the point of it. I hope this dealership is not representative of Nissan.