I only mentioned it because I read this:
"GFCI protection is required for 125-volt to 250-volt receptacles supplied by single-phase branch circuits rated 150 volts or less to the ground. GFCI receptacles are required in bathrooms, garages, crawl spaces, basements, laundry rooms and areas where a water source is present."
I understand you said the EVSE has a GFCI built in, however if it is a common type receptacle you could then plug another appliance that does not have that feature.
I also see the code mentions RV receptacles does not need a GFCI breaker because they are considered to be a feeder to the RV that has it's own panel and protection. This exception is only mentioned for RVs for 30 and 50 Amp receptacles