I am driving from Salt Lake to upstate NY, leaving over the weekend in my LR. I recently did the drive from SF to SLC, with a bike on top. I had to stop at almost every supercharger. I am struggling to get everything I need to transport in the car this time, including the bike because the loss of range was terrible. And the range is bad enough to begin with -- as others discussed, nowhere near what is advertised given the speeds on the interstate, range loss over 30 months, and the fact that I will turn on the heat when the cabin temp falls below 66. Tesla says It will take 41 hours, including charging stops, to cover the 2000 miles -- assuming all meals/bathroom breaks are during charging stops. If I put the bike on top, I anticipate it will be at least 45 hours. Compared to an ICE car, this is nearly 50% more time. Discouraging.