I live in a rental apartment in a condo in California that has four apartments in total. Apparently, the condos in the community were build a long time ago, and so the apartments only have 60 Amp lines each. In total, the condo has five 60 Amp lines, one of which is used for lighting common areas, etc. There are no spare circuit breakers available. The region is served by PG&E. Given the above scenario, what are my options to be able to get a 14-50 Nema outlet installed in my parking spot which is about 40' away from the panels? I spoke with two electricians, one of who suggested to get a line from the common panel, and gave a quote of $2500; and the other said it cannot be done at all. (I have already spoken with my landlord, who is willing to help in any way he can, but not financially, and I do not wish to spend $2500 for the installation in a rental apartment. Also, my landlord said getting permission from the community HOA should not be an issue, as long as we can tell them what specifically we want to get done. So it all comes down to - what are my options (other than moving)?) I would greatly appreciate ANY suggestions or advice. Thanks.