I after some advice from one of our resident electricians as I dont know how house fuses work.
Last year I got a caravan plug (16A) installed to charge my Leaf on a new circuit going back to the main fuse box. (I dont know what cable was installed although I can physically look at it easily enough)
At the time I said I would might like to draw up to 6.6kw (27.5A) via a dedicated charge box later and the electrician said he would install an appropriate cable so that later he would only need to change the main fuse and install the charge box rather than crawl round under the house. At the same time I got a couple of standard domestic power points put on this circuit for future proofing and to date they are essentially unused.
The issue is we are going to move a freezer (vertical, 1.8m size of fridge) onto this circuit in the next 6 months. Im not sure how the fuses work. Will the freezer clicking on/off in addition to the 16A draw from the leaf cause the fuses to pop if I'm charging?
Down the line if I put a 32A charging box (although drawing 6.6kw/27.5A) and freezer be too much for the cable? (If yes then how much fewer amps could I draw safely)
I can look at fusebox/cables for more information if that helps.