As a photographer and video guy, preparing equipment for air travel adds many hours in packing, checking bags and clearing customs. I rationalized the purchase of the Tesla by saying I'd use it for any location within a days drive. So, I will be driving to a multi-day, multi-location shoot around Wisconsin with my Model S85 on Monday. 1) With the Comber Ontario Supercharger opening 'soon', getting out of Canada could be an adventure with negative temperatures and extra cargo weight. I'd like any advice from Woodstock, Ontario to Maumee or Angola. I assume I go slow with no heat and draft the trucks? Should I stop in London for an hour just to get a little extra? 2) Chicago IL and La Crosse WI are easy with Superchargers near by. 3) Green Bay is hours from a Supercharger but, I booked the Aloft Hotel that has a Tesla plug. That should be fine and there are generic chargers around the city for back up. 4) Minocqua is the gamble. It is 110km (70miles) from the nearest charger in Wausau. I am debating whether I need to rent an ICE for this part. - I booked the Wausau Marriott which has a Tesla plug. Two car dealerships could be backups (according to Plugshare) but, dealer plugs are subject to operating hours and the manager's temperament. - I hope to carry through to Chicago at the end of the work day but the Minocqua round trip may be a full battery drain right there. 5) Hopefully, the Comber Supercharger will be open for my return to Toronto next Friday. 6) Assuming Superchargers only, what extra time should I calculate on my journey. For example: If Google Maps estimates 14-hours, what would that equal in a Tesla with charge stops? Love to hear any thoughts.