It’s a good idea to determine what, if any, GFCI protection there is in your house. Newer houses will have more protection than older ones. Houses built before the 1970s may have no protection because it was not required when it was built. Newer houses likely have a combination of GFCI and AFCI protected receptacles.
Usually a GFCI in the garage will protect standard receptacles on the outside of the house. In a smaller house it may also protect the receptacles (sometimes lights) in the bathroom(s). A larger house may have a GFCI in the garage protecting standard receptacles outside and a GFCI in a bathroom to protect standard receptacles in it and other bathrooms. A GFCI in the kitchen may protect other standard receptacles in the kitchen.
Determine Existing Locations of GFCI Protected Receptacles