I’m new to Tesla charging and have an electrician coming early next week to install a NEMA 14-50 outlet in my two car garage. However, I’m not sure where it should go and am hoping for some advice. The garage doesn’t have a center post so I can’t put it there. The electrical panel is along the left side of the house in the basement. I have to park my Model 3 on the right side (our other car is a minivan that needs the longer left side). However, I have young kids and it’s a busy garage so I don’t love the idea of a charging cable coming from the left, across the minivan spot, and into my Model 3 (or of navigating around the minivan to get the charging cable every night and replace it every morning). Backing into the right side of the garage would be a pain in the neck and also would put the car’s charging port in a tough part of the garage to access (the back corners of the garage are tough to reach). I believe installing the NEMA 14-50 on the right also would be much more expensive since further from the breaker (see diagram), correct? Is there a good solution to install the outlet on the front left of the garage but with some type of overhead hooks/pulley system just above where the Model 3 charge port would be (or would installing the new outlet on the front right make more sense)? How about installing it in the ceiling near the garage door opener? Any other ideas/thoughts from those with experience?