Is there anyone else besides me that is buying a Tesla without a garage?
Our Seattle house was built in 1907 before people drove cars; most in our neighborhood park on the street, and our small fenced yard does not have room for a car. We live in Madrona, the sidewalks are separated from the road by an island. My electrician suggested having the power cord cross the sidewalk with an aluminum cord protector over it (with caution stripes to prevent pedestrians from tripping over it), but this is not ideal. Ideally it would be great to set a charging station on the island and tunneling the electrical conduit underneath the sidewalk from the house, but we have been unable to get an answer from the city of Seattle on whether this would be OK.
Has anyone had experience charging a Tesla on the street from their home? Does anyone know the city's position on setting up a charging station on a sidewalk island (technically city property?) Or if it is OK to run an extension cord underneath the sidewalk in a conduit tube from a charging station on the edge of the private property?
Thanks, any information would be useful
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