No, you would have to disassemble it completely and reassemble it every time you changed your location and that is going to get real old real quick. It would be best to place it in a secure electrical service box or better yet get an RV electrical outlet or pedestal like you see in a campground.
I hear your plight, and its extremely frustrating because the pull-thru superchargers have been installed in many locations throughout Europe and its a proven method of placement just like our gas pumps. Imagine having to back up to a gas pump to fill up, yea, like a fart in church, not.
I pulled 6 gauge individual wire in 1" PVC conduit, much more flexible, and used a 60 AMP breaker and my neighbors Tesla Model Y charged at 48 AMPS. I am satisfied with that. Bought all my materials at Lowe's, had I used the 4 gauge wire I would of had to go to an electrical supply house which...
Fat chance of a jet flying VFR. It is not economical to stay below 18,000 feet.
(Retired Military Aviator - used of speed most of my day above 32,000 feet turning JP-8 into noise)
Going to be funny when this kid tries to buy or drive a Tesla, good opportunity for a little Karma.
Four of the Best and Brightest Disrupters :) all gathered together for a group photo. Great Day for all.
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