I live in a second floor apartment. Fortunately, my parking spot is right outside my window. 12 feet down and 12 feet across a strip of grass that no one but the lawnmowers ever need to walk on. I've presented the idea of a public J1772 charging station to the property manager, and he said that in 1000 apartments and 8 years, I'm the first one to ever ask. Hey, it's not my fault I am far more technically oriented than all those other people. He said no charger. Then I waited a month and asked about having a power plug installed out by my meter, which is also right under my window. I said I'd pay for it. Another big NO to that. There's an NRG EVGO Chademo / CCS charging station a mile away. The only Supercharger is 20+ miles away. If the 3 comes with a CCS port or adapter, I'll be ok. If not, it'll be tough. I have no problem with hanging a power cord out the window to charge, but I can just see the apartment manager throwing a conniption fit after I spend $200 to install a 14-50 or 14-30 in my interior wall. I already had an electrician here to look things over. I've already mapped out the breakers in the breaker box. So if push comes to shove, and the apartment manager won't take a cash bribe, I'd like to pull out a copy of some law and say they have no choice. Do I have any laws to work with here?