I have a 2019 Soul EV that's only 9 months old.
I found that a grocery store in my area has dedicated stalls for electric vehicles, with NEMA 6-50 plugs. You need your own cord to be able to charge.
I recently found an adapter that can allow me to do this. It's a NEMA 6-50 male to a NEMA 5-15 female adapter.
Thing is, as I recall, the NEMA 6-50 circuit is a 220-240 Volt circuit. The trickle charger that came with my car doesn't say anything about a 240 Volt input. Only 110-120 Volt input, being that I'm in North America.
Should I still attempt to plug it in? What's the worse that can happen? I fry my trickle charger?
I find it a bit strange that in this day and age battery charging equipment can't use both sets of voltage, being that laptop chargers have no issue at all with this...