Don't have my car yet, trying to estimate charging costs. Right now we just don't use much juice. I'm always in SDG&E tier 1 and tier 2, with the exception of September when we run the A/C a lot, then it jumps into tier 4 easily. Solar has never made much sense because usage has been so low. But with the MS coming in a few weeks, we're going to jump into tier 3+ immediately. So it really means all my charging will be at the higher tier3 and 4 rates. Anyone else in a similar situation? Did switching to time-of-use billing make a difference and save you money? Because the car is coming next month, and we're going to run the A/C in September, I think I should apply for TOU billing right off the bat and set the car to charge starting at midnight, get in the habit of running the dishwasher at night, don't do laundry during peak hours, etc. Make sense? Anyone else doing this? Getting a separate meter for just the car is also an option but seems like overkill. I don't think it will make much difference on the A/C costs, either. Sure, we'll try to avoid running the air during peak hours, but even if we do we were paying the higher rates already because it pushed us into the higher tiers. Seems like a no-brainer. Am I missing anything? Thanks for any suggestions.