When you own an older Tesla and really want to road trip. My 2014 S85 AP1 can realistically only do at best 150 miles fully charged while still using AC and heat. So that means I will be charging a total of 28 hours. Hahah love it. At least it will be free charging. Total trip driving and charging is 5.5 days. Total miles around 6500. Will take it easy and make this a 2 week trip. Edit: Feb 3rd. Made it to SF safely. I was very lucky to miss the big snow storm in UT. But did have to drive on icy roads in Northern Nevada. I do not recommend this ever. It was beyond scary. I had to reduce speed to 20 mph for over 100 miles of driving in some areas. If you live up there make sure you get AWD and snow tires. I had RWD with all season...stupidly swapped my snow tires for all season before the trip thinking I could cover all climate changes. Next stop LA. Edit: Feb 5th. Made it to LA. I learned that I have to keep the tire pressure at 42 PSI to 44 PSI. Anything higher makes the car feel like it wanders on the road at high speed. Overall so much fun. Next stop Grand Canyon. Edit: Feb 7th. Made it to Grand Canyon. Had to stop and charge at destination charger I order to make it to Grand Canyon comfortably with 10% SOC. No need to risk running out. Edit: Feb 8th. Made it to Amarillo TX. Pretty relaxed drive to TX. i40 can be very windy so always recommend to slow down and also consider letting air out of tires to about 42 PSI exactly. Edit Feb 9th. Made it to Oklahoma City OK. Getting close to running out of bumper to bumper warranty. Warranty expires: May 2022 Current mileage: 87,418 Warranty expires at mileage: 41,459 + 50,000 = 91,459 - current mileage = 4,035 miles remaining =================================================================== Used ABetterRoutePlanner to plan it, but while on the road I deviated some. I sometimes skipped a supercharger or 2 or sometimes stopped at everyone. Mostly depended on if I was tired or not. I purchased the Road Warrior Plus Paint Protection Film. You just paint it on. Its like Elmer's Glue. It really helped to protect the front of the car. Highly recommended. When i got to Cali, I removed the Road Warrior Plus Paint Protection Film, and washed the car then reapplied for my trip back east. When it rained the car looked horrible but even like this, I was happy to know I had some protection.