@islandbayy , @Cosmacelf , and @linkster and many others who may please jump in. I have found your electrical conversations very educational. I am hoping you can help me with what I believe is a simple question? I currently have a TT-30 outlet installed,(ground, neutral, hot). As we know it is a 120v/30amp circuit. I believe I can change it to a 10-30 for Tesla charging ONLY as Tesla does not use a neutral (hot, hot, ground). I would replace the single pole 30amp breaker with a 30amp double pole breaker. The black would connect to one leg, the neutral would now become hot and connect to the second leg, and the ground stays grounded. At the plug end I would connect the ground to ground, hot to hot and the old neutral now becomes hot. I have a Tesla 14-30 adapter (new, not recalled one) I would make an adapter which would have a 10-30 plug on one end and a 14-30 receptacle on the other end. The neutral connection on the 14-30 receptacle would have nothing connected to it. I can now plug in my Tesla 14-30 adapter and charge at 24 amps. Am I thinking correctly??