Hi! I've been considering buying a Tesla for a while and it seems the Model 3 will be the perfect car for my need. Hence I put a deposit for the Model 3 the day the car was presented. The Model 3 will replace my 2014 BMW M235i. Now comes the charging question. I live in San Francisco (Noe Valley) and don't have any garage. I park my car in the street and can usually find a spot right in front of my apartment. (I rent a unit on the first floor of a townhouse) I mostly use the car once or twice a week, mostly during weekends and drive about 8500 miles per year. Hence I figured out I would need to plug the car only maybe once a week. If possible I would like to avoid the public charging stations because I don't have one close to home and I guess they are also more expensive to use. What would be my best options to charge the car at home? I could certainly get an autorisation to put a Nema 14-50 next to my frontdoor and plug the car with a cable lying on the sidewalk going from my door to the car. But I'm looking for a better solution Also what will happen when the car will mostly spend its time unplugged? Will vampire loss be an issue for me? Thanks for your inputs!