Submitted by Maxxer on 14. Oktober 2019
Left from Charlevoix, QC, Canada and traveled to Manhattan, NYC this week end.
Superchargers are almost all empty in the North.
Supercharger in Albany is crowed as hell with free-for-life Tesla Model S shopping in the mall.
Superchargers have crazy valet fees in Manhattan so better charge before arriving or in NJ.
On the way back I listened to the recommendation to charge 20 minutes on Queensbury and then stop at Plattsburgh however, the terrible triad happened: Temperature dropped at 11PM from 10 Celsius to 5 Celsius going North in the mountains, The Adirondacks arrived with steeper climbs so I reduced my cruising speed from 75 MPH to 65 MPH to get my estimated arrival LOC originally of 17%, estimated at 9% with the new conditions, back to 13% at arrival at midnight.
Oh and the Lane Departure avoidance was extremely improved in the last update. It works as it should, perfectly.
My kids, wife and I enjoyed so much the frequent supercharger pit stops it radically changed our hate for road trips to pure Tesla superchargers love