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  1. Home outdoor charging station

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I am considering buying a Volt but one thing holding me back is that I do not have a garage. My home charging station would have to be outdoors subject to the weather. I live in the San Francisco Bay area so I don't have to worry about blizzards but we do get some pretty good rain storms. I...
  2. Outdoor Parking Lot and EVSE Security

    Li-Ion Battery, Charging, Mgmt System - Chevy Volt
    I live in a city and park in an outdoor parking lot that has no security. I am planning on buying a Volt when the lease on my current car is done, but am a bit concerned about security when charging. I've spoken with the person who owns the parking lot and he has agreed to allow me to install an...
  3. Voltec L2 charger Mods for outdoor installs: extra sealing?

    Chevy Volt Accessories and Modifications
    I recently installed a Voltec 240v L2 charger outside. It's actually mounted on a 4x4 cemented into an old car tire. ( I rent and didn't feel like dealing with thinking about where to mount/drill into the owner's house ) The tire provides Plenty of mass for the little plastic Voltec unit. I have...
  4. Considering 240V Charger

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I have had my 2012 Chevy Volt (named Gertrude) for a little over a month, and I am considering the purchase of a 240V charger. I do not have an attached garage, but my significant other has a shop building that is already wired for 240V where we can install the charging unit. We have been...