Decided to leave Bolt EV at my daughter's. When plugging into her all 120 receptacles in unattached garage except one the light was amber. The closest receptacle to garage's control panel one was mainly blue. Thanks to thread Status lights on included EVSE I was able to read PDF on supplied 120 and 240 OEM EVSE. Garage had a very large control panel. I bought Xictuwey EV Charger Control Box Holder Bracket at Amazon. When connecting Brackets as shown in Amazon picture the light on only receptacle that worked was now amber. Moved bottom bracket a foot further down. Plugged it in again and now it was again blue. Also bought Lectron EV Charger Nozzle Holster Dock and J-Hook Combination for J1772 Connector at Amazon. Connected these products to her particle board paneling. Tried out dock and everything seemed OK.Maybe the greatest benefit for occasional use while you are in San Diego is to keep the tires in good shape.
It doesn't hurt to use the car for short trips, and 87% charge is fine provided it leaves enough range for driving needs. I have been charging to Hilltop Reserve (87-88%) for almost 5 years and only charge to 100% when going on longer trips.
The 12V battery, unlike ICE, is maintained when plugged in to the grid. This is one of the most frequent reasons cited for driving your ICE car every week or two, an ICE only charges the 12V while the engine in running (unless you connect a 12V battery charger to it).
Do you think I will be okay for 7 weeks leaving her with my Bolt? Know she will not have an electrician to check out setup. Should she restrict travel to local only in order to protect tires and not risk future charge with possible lone working 120 receptacle charging issues? Will leave EVSE plugged in since with this setup it stayed blue. PS Garage is capable of heat but she leaves off.