In preparation of delivery for my MS...I have thought about using an existing dryer outlet (First screenshot). I am completely ignorant of what is required for installation but was wondering if I can get by with this old dryer outlet. Currently, there is no power running through it since its disconnected (blue panel second screenshot) but I am sure its a 220v outlet. It kind of looks like this NEMA 10-30 but upside down (screenshot 3). Also I found that it might require a mobile connector adapter for the Model S according to this site link Model S/X/3 Gen 2 NEMA Adapters. A few easy questions... So with this info does the Tesla already come with mobile adapters for these kinds of outlets or do I need to buy one using the link above. Should I know what the difference is between second generation mobile connector and first generation, I am not even sure what generation the new model s are in... So if I reconnect the 220v outlet and buy the NEMA 10-30 adapter (assuming tesla doesnt already include it in the car) is that really all there is to it and I can plug in and charge? Lastly, do I need to be cautious about whether the NEMA 10-30 should be a grounded circuit or not I think for a NEMA 14-50 they are required but I am not sure about this one. Thank for your thoughts I am expecting production to be completed sometime this week and appreciate the feedback!