I'm trying to get information on the cost of charging my car here in Los Angeles and I'm reaching out to you to see if I have my facts straight and to see what people in the L.A. area are doing. The LADWP has two residential rate plans - the Standard Residential rate plan and the Time-of-Use rate plan. What I'm understanding is in the Standard plan, you're charged solely by the amount kilowatt hours used regardless of time of day. So am I correct to assume there's no advantage to charging your car at night as opposed to the middle of the day? In the Time-of-Use rate plan, you're charged by the time of the day and season that you use electricity. Therefore, it's cheaper if you plug in during the base period, such as in the evenings and weekends, where you pay less than use in the high peak hours. The LADWP says that if you constantly go into Tier 3 usage, it might be a good idea to switch over to the Time-of-Use plan. I'm currently using the Standard plan and I have never gone into Tier 3 (I have not taken delivery of my car yet so I've never charged a car). So I'm wondering if any of you out there who are LADWP customers have found it cheaper to switch over or have you stayed on the Standard Residential plan. Thanks.