I'm in the planning stages of getting a tesla soon. We have solar on the house and I was going to install a HPWC in the garage. However due to the geometry and current furniture in the garage the most likely parking spot for the tesla is in the spot opposite the house supply panel, with our other vehicle right next to the wall where the supply box is on the other side. From talking to an electrician the easiest charging install would be to just run a foot or two of 220 through the wall from the supply panel to inside the garage, but then the HPWC cord would drape on the ground behind the other car across the garage to charge the tesla. outside supply--wall--planned HPWC location-- non tesla car--- tesla car-- wall So that leads me to a couple of questions: How long is the cord for the HPWC, will it stretch across a 2 car garage to charge a car sitting on the other side from the wall? Is it possible to occasionally drive over the cord or is that a big problem? I guess the alternatives are (1) park the tesla on the side next to the charger, (2) run the charge cable on the ceiling and drop it down where the car is, but the garage door would hit it when raised or (3) mount the HWPC on the opposite side of the garage, requiring a longer install run of wiring.