I recently bought a used 2017 Chevy Volt with about 68,000 miles. I am unable to charge the car at home presently because the outlet in the garage (very old detached garage) is not GFI (I didn't know this prior to buying the car). There are numerous ChargePoint stations near me here in the Twin Cities. However, much to my frustration, I am not able to charge the vehicle at ChargePoint stations. I have now tried at least 5 different ChargePoint stations and each time I try to charge, the message "Not Charging" displays on the ChargePoint display. I have called ChargePoint numerous times and other than reboot the station (which they did a few times) nothing has worked. The only place I have successfully charged my Volt is at a GoodWill store parking lot that happens to have a rather non-descript GE charging station - - but it works! It is highly inconvenient, however, to only be able to charge the Volt at that one location. Does anyone have any ideas/tips/recommendations? I am working on getting bids for a new outlet for my garage as well, but in the meantime, I'd love to be able to charge the Volt at a ChargePoint station. . . . . thanks in advance.