Submitted by drrock75k on Thu, 2019-02-14 16:13
Recently took 2800-mile round trip from St Louis to Atlanta to Jupiter FL (and back). Spent $162 at Superchargers, working out to about 6c/mi. (A little less than gas for my Prius would have run.) I drove conservatively, keeping speed below 75mph, and turned on heater only periodically when interior got chilly. Also used autopilot for long stretches. I stopped to charge at most opportunities, so range anxiety was not an issue. Though fortunately I got back before the Polar Vortex hit the midwest. I would not like to try for long distances in super cold. I wonder how this compares to other trip experiences?