I am planning on using the Nema 10-30 dryer outlet which is ~25ft from the charge port. Hence I need an extension cord (50AMP from Camco) that connects to Tesla's Nema 14-50 on one end and then a converter that converts 14-50 to 10-30 on the other end and then that 10-30 connects to the outlet. Since there is no tesla 14-50 to 10-30 adapter, I need to buy the following: NEMA 14-50R to 10-30P Adapter From what I understand, the car will try to charge at 40Amps even though it shouldn't be charging at more than 24Amps as the extension cord is connected via Tesla's 14-50. What is the sequence of events for manually dialing down the AMPs for charging i.e. Plug the cable to outlet, then put the cable in charge port and then quickly jump inside the car to manually adjust the Amps to 24 before the car tries to reach 40Amps? What If i cant get to the car quickly and adjust the amps. Would the outlet, wiring get damaged as the car will try to immediately pull more Amps then it should? Is there a way to bring the Amps down even before the cable is connected to charge port? Also from what i understand, the car remembers manually adjusted Amps for the location. What if next day I just use the regular 110V outlet without extension, etc. Would the Tesla Adapter automatically adjust to 12V? And what if I then once again go back to my extension/adapter combo and connect to 10-30. Would it remember the 24A or it will once again try to get 40A?