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I used 3 #6 and 1 #8, running through 1 inch PVC, and just did mine this week as well.20 foot run which puts the outlet right by the garage door on the drivers side. I'd like to have one plugged into the garage and not have to bend down to plug and unplug the NEMA end.

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I figured with the 20ft TM charging cable I'd be able to reach the charge port regardless with the car was nose in, reversed in or outside the garage.

If I'd mounted the outlet near the breaker I wouldn't be able to charge it outside.

That's literally a "How long is a piece of wire" question, but to take a stab at it. The electrician is going to be between $100 and $300 depending upon the amount of work they have to do. I'd budget for $500 if the plug will be very close to the electrical panel and $1000 if not.

The only other "gotcha" is if your current electrical system needs expanding for the 50 amp breaker.

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Karnowski Electric: Quality work at affordable prices.Nick, You do need #6 for the neutral, but the green wire can step one size down to #8.Depending on code, if it's all metal conduit, you may not even need the ground wire since it's grounded throught the conduit.This isn't about ROI as much as it is making sure the electric decision can't come back to bite me.I drive to Santa Barbara almost every week (180 miles round trip).So I am installing a second "time of use billing" meter dedicated to the car.

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