cartechboy writes: Since the dawn of electric cars the term "range anxiety" has been the emotion associated with these battery-powered vehicles. The thought of, "ZOMG! Will I make it to my destination?" always running through your mind. But now there's apparently a new emotion being associated with electric cars, and it's called "charge rage." Apparently this occurs when you are looking for a charging spot and find a fully charged, but plugged in electric car occupying that space. It also is reported to occur when you come back to your electric car to find someone has unplugged it before it was fully charged (who does that?) so they could charge their vehicle. It seems this new "charge rage" is becoming a real issue at some workplaces. But who is to blame? Is the employer's fault for not providing enough chargers for employee-owned electric cars? Or is it the electric car owner's fault for not controlling their emotions? Or is this all simply ridiculous? We aren't sure, but apparently this is a real issue, or at least it's being reported as such.