Well, not that I didn't see it coming; but after six months of delay tactics, I got the official "No" from the BoD. I finally submitted an architectural mod request to install a NEMA 14-50 outlet next to my parking spot which required them to, at least, give me an answer. In the request, I said I would pay for everything--permits, installation, use, maintenance, extra liability insurance, and removal when/if I left. At the meeting, I addressed all of their concerns; although, it was clear they had already made up their minds. They aren't interested in installing a common area outlet for everyone. Other than moving, does anyone have any suggestions for me? I live in a high-rise condo in Fort Lauderdale. Justifications and arguments aren't going to work on them. It will take something more than that, like an outside influence--legal, ordinance, etc. I like my car better than my place, but I would rather keep both. Suggestions?