Ok, two questions in one. My house only has 100A breaker on the main braker so the electrician said I might have to run a new conduit from the main line to the braker, which means digging up a new conduit line through my garage as the hydro box is on the outside of my garage. Could I not just connect a second dedicated 100A line to the outside hydro box and to a dedicated braker and charging station on that side of my garage rather than running a new line and redoing all the wiring by the current braker? Also, I'm confused about how fast the charging rate is (mph charging) based on various volts and amps... ie: 120v standard plug (not sure amps), and 240V 40Amps or whatever. The reason I ask is because I was reading about the HPC 2.0 and how it needed a second charger on the car to work to get the full use... can I still charge on a 240V 40Amp without the second charger? Will I still be able to charge at typical J1772 outlets with only a single charger? I was considering also buying the HPC2.0 charger and installing it at a friends house that is half way between one of the road trips I would probably make a lot, Kamloops area, or having it installed at my brothers place which is along one the routes I'll travel more frequently. Remote fast charging is more important than home fast charging IMO. I'm sort of confused by the 100+ different charger types and charge times and 1 or 2 chargers, and HPC2.0 and AMPs etc etc. Hopefully Tesla can streamline this. I don't want to miss buying a second charger only to find I can't use the quick charge stations that Tesla is putting in, or that I can't charge faster than x MPH.