I like this one as well: http://www.amazon.com/JR-Products-541-2 ... sbs_auto_4
I did think about putting something similar through my house or garage door but I decided that under the door was the easiest for my location.
The only reason I bought this dummy inlet is because I didn't want the handle sitting in the snow this winter. All summer it has been sitting on the ground with no issues.
happyZEVer wrote:This is not a beautiful solution but works for me--I had the electrician put in two of these RV hatches (one on inside wall, one on outside wall) so there's a little locking door with a notch cut out for the charger cable in my garage. The notch is the perfect size for the cable on my AV charger. The locks on the hatches are by no means sturdy, so they're in a part of my wall that isn't near a door handle or anything valuable. Even if an intruder busted it open, they'd be able to stick their arm inside and nothing else. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0021W9R68/ref=wms_ohs_product?ie=UTF8&psc=1
If you were a handy sort of person, you could probably fabricate a cute little door with the same features.
I park inside the garage when I can, but my husband uses the space for projects so I wanted flexibility. We have a rat problem in our neighborhood (avocado trees), so I didn't want to just pass the cable under the garage door with any kind of gap.
I have been looking for a dummy inlet like this, so thanks for the info.