I'm thinking about buying a used roadster. However where I currently live (in Los Altos) I don't have access to a garage where I could charge my car. After doing some research I found that I basically have two options a) install some sort of extension cord from the dryer room to my car (this would probably be around 60 feet long) b) use public charging stations What is your experience with extension cords? In the tesla dealership they told me while they can not officially support/recommend it it is usually not a problem with a 220 V plug (but would be with a 110 V!?). What is your experience with public charging stations in the bay area? For example could I leave my car overnight at a charge point station? (I would use my toyota to go and pick it up in the morning). Does that work pretty smoothly in terms of time/hassle? Also any experience on how easy it is to get landlords to install 220 V plugs / give their renters access to a plug, say in an appartment complex? What if you drive down to LA - can you do one stop (how long would that stop be?) and get the whole trip done? Overall I'm trying to judge how much hassle it would be for me to own this Roadster. any feedback is greatly appreciated!!