If have my charge limit set to 80% which should be a little over 200 miles, is it normal for the supercharger to exceed the limit and go for a full charge? I get phone notification of sufficient charge to continue on the trip but charging doesn't stop at my selected level. How about on cross country trips where the Tesla navigation calls for charging en route, does the car override my limits in order to provide more charge buffer for the next charging stop? When I've charged, I've seen a next charger arrival prediction of 7% charge. With interstate driving at 70-75 MPH the prediction rises and winds up at 20% by the next charger arrival. That is with clear weather, flat roads, steady traffic, 85-90F ambient with A/C set to 70F. Is this what others see? Measured consumption is about 290 or so watts/mile over a 30 mile average. Is there a way to see what value the car is using for predicting consumption in the calculation of residual arrival charge?