I have a couple of hopefully simple questions about SuperCharger etiquette that I hope you can help me with. I know that SuperChargers are primarily meant for long distance travel and not for locals. The idea is that by a local taking up SC time, you're potentially blocking a stall for someone who is in the middle of a long road trip who should get priority access so they can continue on their journey in as short a time as possible. I own a condo in Calgary and the condo board has told me that I am simply not allowed to have a charging station installed in my spot, even if I pay the entirety of the installation costs (the reasoning they provided me is a story for another day, but I digress). Now it's possible that a future board may have differing views, but as it stands today, a private station is out of the question. Finally, There are a few regular receptacle (3-prong, NEMA 5-15) plug-in spots at my office which I can use throughout the week but if I understand it correctly, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week will hardly keep me topped up, even with only a 20km daily round-trip. My questions: 1. There is a level 2 charger at the Tesla store at Chinook Centre (6 stalls) - am I allowed to use them? 2. If the answer to #1 is "No", would your answer change if I said that I'd go and charge late at night (e.g. 10PM) rather than what I would consider peak times? 3. If Tesla ever actually installs a real SuperCharger (vs. the level 2 charger), the same questions in 1 and 2 for it I want to be polite but I also want to know what my options are here. Thank you very much!