Among people who have not installed level 2 charging and are using the level 1 chord that comes with the vehicle what has your experience been? Has anyone actually installed a dedicated 110V circuit to charge from or is the general assumption that the garage circuit is basically dedicated? Does the circuit breaker ever trip like when you use the garage door opener with lights on? I'm hoping to get a Clarity in a little while and level 1 charging should be easily sufficient for my 16 mile daily commute. Ideally I would have an electrician install a dedicated 110V circuit for charging and a 220V one in case, but it might be a little difficult since all the slots in my circuit breaker box and a small sub-panel box are already used. Other than the garage door opener I think maybe the garage has maybe 2-3 amps of lights and stuff. I thought I saw somewhere else that the supplied charger drew like 11 amps (although I can't find it again because html escapes for ampersand dominate search results for amp). So it should be fine to just charge as is, especially if I close the garage door before I start? I think I saw in another thread that level 2 charging may be 10-15% more efficient that would mean something like 300,000+ miles of electric driving per $1000 of installation cost to break even. So level 2 charging is really about charge time convenience.