I recently completed a 2-week, 4,982-mile trip starting from California and on through Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and back to California with my 2014 S85. Started with over 102k on the clock. I've never attempted a trip like this in my life but I figured I'd live a little. It would've been nice to spend more than just a night's stay at most places, but my schedule didn't permit a month-long vacation. At least I got to see the open road and experience life beyond California for once. From what I could see, Teslas are still pretty rare outside of California (lots of pickups though, of course) except at Superchargers. Almost all driving was done with Autopilot. Had almost no issues except for a door handle that stopped working (of course) and the nav system got confused in certain places. The drive was planned around the Supercharger/destination charging network and even with the tornado weather last month across the central states I managed to luckily make it by unscathed. I feared the worst with the tornado and hail warnings. Note for those going through Kansas - there's a toll system you may not be familiar with so read up on it if you're passing through. I did a trip write-up and broke it into several parts: 2019.05.13: US Road Trip I 2019.05.16: US Road Trip II 2019.05.22: US Road Trip III 2019.05.26: US Road Trip IV 2019.05.29: US Road Trip V In the end, I relied heavily on the nav system to direct me. I just turned the wheel obediently, although on occasion it got confused and had me going in circles. Overall it was a pleasant drive with almost no hiccups. With the Supercharger/destination charging network in its current form, trips like this are relatively pain-free if you plan to stick to the main highways.