For those who are in a condo or similar situation, where you don't have a garage with power, what are you doing to get power at home to your car? I've owned a condo for 3 years now, and to the extent that I stay in my current area, I hope to continue living here, but I know it won't work forever (the day I get married, have kids, etc. I will need a bigger place). If I move, I'll make a garage a requirement for my next place. Right now, here are my challenges: 1) My unit (ground floor, thankfully for the purposes of this) is about 50 feet away from my designated parking spot. 2) I would have to run wiring first to my patio to support the charging (drywall repair, etc. for probably 25-30 feet), then 50 feet to my spot, and be deep enough (a certain number of feet below the ground) to meet requirements. 3) In order to not have the cord laying on the sidewalk to my car, I actually need to have the sidewalk broken into so that it can be run inside or below it, to the parking spot, and then have the sidewalk repaired. I'm guessing that this is going to run me something like $2-3k to make it a reality. This is just a little pricey and if I have to move in the next few years, it's going to mean I most likely take a loss on the installation unless another EV owner buys the place. Few alternatives: 1) Maybe my workplace can more easily install a charging spot in the parking garage and I just use this. Not ideal, because it limits my ability to do a 95% charge before a road trip, but as long as I left work with 80%, I can get to a supercharger in any direction I go with relative ease. 2) I have an AC unit about 15-20 feet away. If I can somehow use that same line, that would be great. My guess is that this isn't realistic, maybe due to limitations in the wiring that was placed there. 3) Maybe the electric company can help me get an electric line and separate meter to a parking spot, even if it isn't the one right in front of the building. This would especially easy if I can get a NEMA 14-50 line placed, because then I would just need to plug in twice a week and be in good shape. This could cost me a good bit though. Any thoughts on my situation or insight from what others are planning to do? I have at least 1.5-2 years to figure this out and so I'm not too concerned right now, but it is on my mind.