Today is the 3rd anniversary with my S! Picked Joules up on the first of December 2012 longest 1 day drive - 580 miles / 202 kWhr longest single leg - 242 mi in the (real)norcal hills down to 363Whr/mi lifetime average- most of the higher # days in the graph above are not due to cold :wink: We have pretty mild weather here mostly. Below are the temps my car has seen during its life, anything over 75-80F is Bay Area,Vegas(last 2 yrs at the end of June) or the Medford/Redding area. I have 'tried' out 6 sets of tires on 4 different wheels. The stock 21"s w/ Contis and Hankooks. Cheap AS Goodyear set on Enkeis for snow and chaining. RE-11 and PSS staggered on MRRs & finally the PSS on the Forgestars replaced by RE71Rs <----- these rock so hard!!! Many people (assuming you're mostly all people?) here have made the case that driving an EV is perfect for 99+% of the time - here is my data to almost back it - actually a 40kWhr Model S would have worked for 90% of my driving without any daytime charge (based on daily kWhr) Of course there are those who drive a boatload everyday and have no supercharging so solely relying on EV's wont work yet - but with an SC! no brainer if you can afford the car for the P85 trips my #'s are 926 days < 200 miles < 46 days - now those 46 days will all have an SC stop if they didn't already My trip to visit the Parents is 310 miles through hills (hence the little spike just over 300mi) This year the Petaluma SC finally came on line. It is 232 miles from my home...sooooo much better being able to drive the speed limit after 2-1/2 years of grannying my way along 101. It has always been fun to some extent and driving slow brings the added benefit of smiling at all of the CHP officers as I was always safely under the speed limit. The car has been extremely fun and is still as exciting as it was day 1 except it is quite a bit better than when it was delivered.