just curious if any Model S owners out there find it practical to charge at home only with 120V outlet? if so, what kind of average daily mileage driving do you do with your MS? aspiring 70D owner here - I have looked at installing a NEMA 14-50 outlet in the garage, but now I'm thinking since I typically don't drive so many km per day, I could maybe live with just my existing 120V for most around-town driving. Locally around town there are a number of free public J1772 stations and even a couple public HPWCs convenient to places I go, so I figure those would help if needed. Lately I tend to drive my wife's SUV most days. I do not have a regular daily commute. There are 2 of us at home, with 2 cars. My own old car (which I'm thinking to trade for a MS) is long, long overdue for replacement and I don't drive it much lately for fear of expensive failure, high maintenance & premium gas costs. Of course, if I bought a MS my driving pattern and daily mileage might change - maybe we even end up not driving the SUV much any more. If my daily mileage increases enough then I would definitely install a 240V circuit - obviously having a 240V outlet is better/faster, but just wondering if it even makes sense to consider 120V-only to start.