So you at least have a standard 15 Amp 110V outlet in the garage, correct? Are you using it to charge your car? How's that working? We survive charging both our cars off a single 110 outlet (and a few random trips to a supercharger if I have to put lots of miles on).
You know I should really test the outlet I use. I think it's at least 12a (not sure if it's 15a) and it's 120v standard for the U.S. I used it to charge my LEAF when I had it. I work at home and I can get away with trickle-charging, but I want the option to charge faster (or charge my girlfriend's EV if she gets one as she drives more than I do).
I would also use the Supercharger but don't want to rely on it (for all of the reasons Tesla-owners are aware of). Plus, it's the principle of the thing. I want to see what I can do for best-practices as it relates to charging with a 32a outlet, as it affects whether I will want to remain in this place long-term. I don't want to settle yet, as I can't assume I will get to work from home forever (or until I retire, anyway).