I have looked a bit to find information about taking a Bolt on the road and not been successful at finding it. I have looked at comparisons between the Model 3 and the Bolt. I even called the dealer. I wanted to know: How do I drive a Bolt to Colorado, 500 miles away? So I called and asked to talk with a sales person who knows about the Bolt. I was thinking I could really consider getting one and it would be soon with only about 11 weeks left in the year. One of the things I read was that the Bolt will be out a year ahead of the M3. So in answer to the question about going to Colorado, the salesperson said I would just charge it along the way. Where would I do that? I could find a 110 outlet or 240 outlet, and the have the latter at Chevy dealerships. Is there a Chevy dealership 200 miles from here that I could stop and charge at? She assured me that there were Chevy dealerships along the way. How long would I have to charge it? Four hours she replied. (I thought it took more like eight hours for a full charge.) So it is not practical for me to drive a Bolt to Colorado? No, she said, it is a commuter car. And she indicated that they would not have them available until approximately April, but that was uncertain. Really? A commuter car? I had not heard that before. And not available until April? I had hoped that Chevy could, with their resources come out with an all electric car this year. Am I missing something? Did I buy into the hype too much?