I'm hoping the good people of GC can help come up with a clever solution here. We're buying a new house soon, and taking our electric car charging point with us. However, I'm struggling to identify the best solution as there isn't an obvious place to put it. The company won't install the main charge unit on the porch wall as it's too low down. Here's the outside taken from google street view. Garage door is standard, opening as one overhead. The solutions I've considered are: purchase a £270 freestanding mount, but it'd look fairly unwieldy place the charge point inside the garage. Cut a hole in the garage door (professionally done with rubber seal to not damage the cable), and have the end of the cable clipped into the side of the porch so don't have to go open the garage every night to charge it. I suspect this will make it a pain to open the garage door for other uses Same as 2, but instead of going through the garage door, go under it. However would creating a channel like this reduce how secure the garage door is? I imagine it'd also fill with water, and I don't know how to overcome that Brick up the side window of the porch next to the garage door, and place the charger there. However same issue with opening the garage door Place the charger inside the porch on the wall, and make a large hole for the cable. It's a fairly decent sized cable though so would mean bricks being removed I think the wall behind that brown fence is the neighbour's, otherwise I'd have built that up higher and placed on there. I could ask for permission to build it up. What do you think is best, any other solutions you can think of, or any ways around the issues in the above solutions?