Electrical Wiring of Garage...Please Help
I've noticed no ones mentioned it so I will.
NEC 210.8, states that all Electrical Recepticles in a Garage, Kitchen Counter, Bathroom, and outdoors must be GFCI protected.
Your building code may allow just having one GFCI Outlet, but having the rest run on the same circuit as the GFCI for a Garage, provided you label each recepticle with a sticker that states "GFCI Protected", OR, you may be locked in at requiring all outlets you install to be GFCI. You need to speak with your local cities commissioner office or city hall, and determine which is which, and what needs to happen.
Do not attempt to install unprotected recepticles in a garage.
GFCI Recepticles are a bit more expensive than regular outlets.
So it is important you figure out which applies to you.
Just putting that out there.