Sometimes one of the family's Teslas winds up getting charged outside our garage, and the Wall Connector is inside. That means the garage door closes on top of the charging cable, which is lying completely flat on the concrete. The is a slight intention in the thick insulation on the cable from the weight of the garage door, or the force of it closing. Has anyone had experience with this issue and does the cable get damaged over time? The other options each have issues ---> we could put a block of wood down before closing the door but over time stopping early might damage the garage door mechanism --> we could try to remember to stop the garage door from closing all the day, not sure that's practical and that might also eventually harm the mechanism.