Hey all, I've been trying to get a good answer on this for a couple days. I'm going Tesla-camping and the campground has only the 30amp RV hookups. This is a 30amp @ 110v connector. The highest connector Tesla makes for 110v is 20amps. I'm trying to see if an adapter can be had or made to accomplish this. Here are the facts so far. This can be purchased: NEMA 14-50R to TT-30P RV Plug Adapter Cord It basically plugs into a 30amp campground socket and gives you a NEMA 14-50 to plug into. Then you have to manually dial down the amps to 24 so as not to blow the fuse. My questions on this are, what will the car think when it expects to get 240v but is only getting 110v? And if you can have a NEMA 14-50, why can't you have a plug for a genuine Tesla adapter that is rated for 30amps so you don't have to tell the car to dial it down and risk forgetting? And if you can truly build the latter, how would you wire it up, which hot would you drop going to the receptacle or does it not matter? The other option is to just build a TT-30 to NEMA 5-20 and be content at 16amps. My only issue with that is to accept defeat when there are potentially 8amps left on the table to take advantage of (if it can be done safely). Thanks for your input.