Think no one will notice if you use an outlet in the underground car park to charge your vehicle every now and then? Unfortunately, that’s not the case! Your landlord might very well object to you doing so, and with good reason. Charging an electric car places a significant burden on the building’s electric system for several hours at a time. And if your neighbour happens to have the same idea as you, you could end up blowing a fuse and setting the whole building into uproar. Another factor is that energy consumption in underground car parks cannot typically be routed through your electricity meter. As a result, all the residents in the building will have to pay the increased electricity costs due to your charging — a sure-fire way to arguments with your neighbours!