I was going to just get an outlet, but since a) I want a cord to stay permanently at home to avoid having to get it in and out of the car each time, b) I want a mobile charger to stay in the car for on the road use, and c) a second mobile charger costs about the same as a wall charger, I'm just going to install a wall charger. Since I have 200A service and a very short run from panel to charger, I figure I might as well wire it for full-bore 80A charging. The charger will be outdoors. While I'll have an electrician do the work, I like to go over everything myself, first. It looks like #4 THHN wire in 1" PVC conduit should be sufficient for this application. What I'm wondering is whether an outdoor disconnect is required. I suspect it is, based on the amperage, but would love to not have one, as the charger itself is a nice clean unit to put on the side of the house, whereas the disconnect is an ugly industrial box.... So, any legal way to avoid the disconnect?