Here we have a red Leaf with UK plates.

So what?

Well, I’ve just seen one just like this. Its owner must therefore have proceeded slowly from charging point to charging point, no more than about 150km at a time and hoping that the one he got to actually worked, until he got to a ferryport from where he could take his electric pride and joy to Ireland and then drive around from charging point to charging point all over again.

I wouldn’t, but you can only admire the obsessive determination to make an EV do something it was never really intended to do.

You’d also need patience and a very calm disposition to drive along, watching the range steadily decrease and knowing that there’s no guarantee you could actually charge up before it stopped.