I’ve been noticing issues when charging my model 3 with a 110v gfic outlet. I have an outlet in my garage and the model 3 trips the outlet just when it ramps up to 3 amps. I though it was an issue with the outlet and the wiring, but other heavy appliances work on it like my vacuum cleaner (pulls about 10amps). I tried lowering the amperage on the Model 3 to 5 amps and the same thing happens, the outlet trips. So I figured this was just a screwy outlet. At work we have 110v outlets specifically designed for electric cars (gfic as well). Every time I’ve plugged into these outlets I’ve had the same issue, they eventually trip. Sometimes right away, sometimes after 30 min. Last week, my car tripped the circuit again at work so I went up there to investigate. I noticed another Model 3 parked right next to me. It was plugged in but it had also tripped the circuit. The oddest thing is that there were leafs around us and they were charging fine and today a Model S is parked exactly where I was last week and it has been charging for over 5 hours now without tripping (I’ve checked). So what gives? I’ve contacted Tesla service and am having the car looked at (for other issues as well as this one) but I’m wondering if this is an issue with the gen 2 UMC, or with the software onboard the Model 3s that control the charger. Any thoughts on what could be causing this would be greatly appreciated. I have successfully charged the car from a 240 volt outlet with no issues.