The snowflake is the real ambiguity. On a straight reading the total driving was "only" 32% reduced 106/155. However snowflake usually means 5-10% of range is locked due to cold.. that is if I had 180mi + snowflake it's because I parked it with 195-210 mi. So 106/195 gets me to 45% less, 106/210 gets me to 49% loss. For those of us in colder climates, the snowflake is still very ambiguous several months into the season. Sometimes I can drive for miles with snowflake before my range starts decreasing (it's just eating the "hidden range"). Other times I lose range immediately and the snowflake eventually disappears without every delivering me any noticeable "hidden range" Whether we call it reduced range, reduced efficiency or increased vampire drain.. the kWh are going somewhere. And I am not pre-heating cabin, I leave my fan set to 3 and the temp to 64-65F max so I am not burning kWh on cabin heating. Had my car been parked longer than 4 hours between the 2x 50mi drives, I would have had worse range loss due to cold soaking, snowflake, etc. And to be clear I agree with the poster above me - I'm incredibly happy with my Model 3, not blaming Tesla and not complaining here. However these losses are real actual facts, and are much closer to AAAs 40-50% than they are to 0% so I find the attacks on AAA unfair.