Hello, I was surprised to read today that one of the bigger impediments to electric cars coming to market is the fact that the 'quick' chargers require installation of a seperate power line. Why? Every house, apartment, condo, etc in America pretty much has a 220 plug for the dryer. Why can't those be used to quick charge electric cars? It's not like people are using their dryers 24/7. I asked around a bit and basically the main reason a seperate line has to be run is because of the danger of 220, but I don't see electric cars becoming commercially viable if everyone knows they have to get a seperate line run at their own expense, and repeat it every time they move. Also, what about all the people in apartments, condos, etc? Is there not some type of system that could be devised that could securely fasten to the 220 plug with pass-through for the dryer, and run a cable up to 70 ft for hookup to a vehicle? It just doesn't seem like that would be something that is too hard for us to make...any ideas?