It was this thread that made me aware of the potential issues with 3 pin charging. For now 500+ is an expense that I dont need nor justify as over night trickle charge is fine for us.Infinitely better than a standard domestic 13A socket, this one won’t burst into flames or melt, and has that all important local Type A RCBO fitted (Type B is preferable).
But the electrical circuit to which its connected still needs to be checked and verified by a competent electrician. Have a read of this whole thread about the dangers of charging from a standard 13A socket long term.
Ill have it installed by a qualified competent electrician. Our house was fully rewired 3 years ago so cannot see much issue with the wiring etc of the property.
Thank you for the reply, it has put my mind at ease that this would be a better alternative to trailing the cable from socket in the garage