Unfortunately the charge cord that came with the JuiceBox is only 20 ft. long. And the 30 amp outlet is in the storage cabinet at the far end from the garage door. That means that the car has to be at least partially in the garage for the new charger to reach the charging port. And being in the throes of renovation for so long means I have tons of materials stacked in the garage and projects and tools that have not been organized for some time. So even though it is not fall, it was time to tackle the messy garage.
There are materials and supplies I want to keep protected in the garage. Some projects are finished and yet there are left over materials. I’m trying to get those out of the way.
I managed to reorganize, bring a few more boxes of photos and art work into the house, and empty and repack a few boxes. We brought in two large mirrors that I want to hang now. I’m missing the third. Can’t imagine where it went. And I swept out the dirt from this spring’s wind storms. I put casters on the tall shelves so that we can move them out of the way when we need to use the miter saw. I’m planning to put them on the table saw and joiner too.
I got a good sized parking space cleared out for the car.
But it is a really tight fit, so I will move more stuff around to get space on this side of the car.
The charger has been wonderful. I can add 10 miles to the electric range in just over an hour. I haven’t had a chance to run the Volt out of electric miles again so I don’t yet know how long a full charge will take with the JuiceBox.