I am shocked having taken a 1500 mile trip starting at SFO and ending up in Vegas to have seen only 5 Teslas . Now let me get started by saying that we drove a Ford Transit due to having 9 people and my Tesla is in Pittsburgh PA. We took in all the great parks via Sonora, Yosemite, Mammooth Lakes, Beatty NV, Death valley Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Bryce, Zion Canyon, Vegas. Now looking at the map of Superchagers I would easily have been able to take that trip even with my 75X assuming I'd be a resident there and only 5 people were with me. Most of these stops had SuperChargers. Am I missing something? Are Teslas not used for touring this great area of the USA? Granted also that 70 percent of the people visiting these parks in Mid August seem to be French or Italians and Teslas are not a rental option. Also I must say I never encountered a Tesla Superchager sign...seems like Tesla likes to hide them (same here in PA). At Beatty, NV I stayed next door and did not notice it. Here is Pittsburgh I see at least 10 Teslas a day and even when i do a 200 mile trip I see a lot more Teslas on the road.