Hey all - thanks in advance for any help you can give. I have a two-car garage, with a new 14-50 installation on the right wall (facing in, as reference). The S will go into the right position, but of course the cord will be extended from the 'wrong' side over to the driver side. I'm concerned about two issues: a). cord being laid on the car or on the ground under it; and, b). being able to easily disconnect my UMC when I leave for longer trips. I was unable to get the outlet closer or even extended very well because the garage door is a single across the entire bay, and therefore there's no center post to attach to our even use as a temp location for a (dreaded and not recommended, even at 3/6) extension cord... I have thought up a method, and want some review/criticism: the solution for me would be a segment of conduit (or ?) bent to allow it to swing out, over the car and under the garage door - it would when extended put the end of either the UMC or an extension cord (see above) directly above or near the charge port. When not needed it would swivel back against the wall. Here's the idea: Here's an overhead view as well... forgive the low quality drawings.