Presently, I live in a very small home, built in the 1970s. Unfortunately, this home only has a 100amp breaker box. On that box there is a switched off breaker for a 30amp outlet that used to be an in-wall air conditioner. Now the current air conditioning system is outside, and does not have a dedicated breaker. Normal home things, washer, drier, natural gas furnace, natural gas water heater, air conditioner, stove, microwave, and two powerful PCs are they extent of my heavy appliances. I say presently because ideally I will be building a house starting next spring/summer, complete with modern amenities. Like a 200 amp breaker box, and two garage 50 amp outlets are planned. So, without a car presently, and not expected to get one until next March at the earliest, I should not have that long to hold out, but will still need a solution when I get it to last a little while (6 months to one year is a rough guess). So within the confines of my 100amp box I am trying to minimally charge a Model 3 without making drastic changes to a temporary dwelling. As I have said in other forum posts, I normally drive 104 miles a day, so the car has a bit to recharge every night (roughly 1/3 capacity). If I call out an electrician what exactly should I be asking for trying to stay within the 100amp system? Or is that even realistic? Trying to keep costs low. Is it likely that 30amp wall air conditioner breaker that is available, is actually available without overdoing my electrical system? And if so, is that 30amp outlet that would result from that breaker a worthwhile Model 3 charger as a gap filler until a more robust system in the new home is available? If none of these are viable, what is a low-cost viable solution? Other info: closest supercharge is 15 minutes away. That is also the closest dedicated EV charger.