Hi, searched but didn't find exact answer I'm looking for. I recently did a ~3500 mi road trip (Eureka CA to Rapid City SD to Denver CO back to Eureka). Performance was amazing and I was surprised that my lifetime energy use rate went from 328 whr/mi to 322 whr/mi over the course of the trip, when most of it was at 80 mph on I-80-- I was seeing 300 wh/mi a lot of the trip... (I use my Trip A for lifetime usage since buying the car ~2 yrs ago, so this is over less than 20,000 mi). However, we did have 1 concerning incident that could have been a disaster, so I want to be prepared or know when to expect it again in the future. The hottest day of our trip occurred when we were driving South from Rapid City SD down to Denver area CO. We stopped at the Wheatland WY supercharger, and since we needed to get some lunch, potty dogs, shop, we decided to go for a long charge and try to make it to Thornton CO (skip Cheyenne etc.). Wheatland was near 100 F. The car cooling fans kicked on when supercharging and it seems like they never stopped when we left the SC. Going onto I-25 I can see my energy usage is upwards of 450-500 whr/mi. There was nothing special other than the temperature. I got so concerned that I slowed, and we stopped in Cheyenne to charge again because at the rate we were using battery I wasn't sure we would make Loveland, let alone Thornton. We charged to around 80% in Cheyenne and when we got back on I-25, energy used was down in the 325 wh/mi range again. It may have been a little cooler but not by much. Thoughts? Did the battery cooling get "stuck on" at the Wheatland SC? Does cooling kick on like this and use this much energy normally when it's hot out? I am just thanking the stars this didn't happen when were were out in the middle of nowhere between Custer SD, Lusk WY, and Wheatland.