Hi everyone, I have a question for the electrical-savvy people on this forum: is it possible (and safe) to charge the Clarity on an ungrounded 120V outlet? I live in an old, early 20th century house with a decrepit, detached garage in the driveway. The garage has electricity, with a bunch of working 120V outlets, but some of the wiring seems...un-professional, to put it mildly. I don't own this place, I rent one of the apartments in the house, and my landlord's position is that, while I have permission to do any improvements/upgrades to the electricity in the garage so I can charge a PHEV or EV, I have to pay for 100% of these improvements. So I recently paid an electrician $150 to put a GFCI outlet and plastic weather cover on the 120V outlet that I was planning on using to charge. Range wise, L1 charging would be fine for me since my commute is only 22 miles round trip. I was hoping to avoid spending any more money on electrical upgrades to the garage since I don't own it and since doing so would just mean that I'm subsidizing my landlord's capital improvements to her own property. But I recently tried to charge a 2017 Leaf on the 120V outlet with the brand new GFCI, only to find out that the Leaf wouldn't charge. After running a plug-in diagnostic test on the outlet, I found out it was ungrounded. I asked some of the folks on the My Nissan Leaf forum about this (a very knowledgeable bunch, by the way), and the consensus I got was that the outlet has to be grounded for the Leaf to take a charge. The weird thing is that I plugged a Prius Prime into this exact same outlet a month ago and it charged without any problem whatsoever. But the Leaf is apparently more sensitive to ungrounded outlets than other EVs/PHEVs. So this brings me back to my question: would I have the same problem in the Clarity? Would it take a charge on an ungrounded outlet? Is it even safe to do so? And if I have to pay an electrician to ground the outlet, what's a reasonable charge for this service? I realize some people might say, Just upgrade to an L2 charging station, and pay to put down 50A wiring on a dedicated circuit. Others might say, Just forget about driving an EV/PHEV entirely and buy an Insight. Both camps would be right in their own way. But I guess I'm wondering whether it's possible/safe to simply ground the existing 15A wire/120V outlet for less money than going with the dedicated circuit/L2 charger option? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.