Several recent threads have made me curious about peoples' road-trip habits. The question: Given enough EV range or a fast enough charging time, how much time would you spend stopped on a long road trip -- say, something that involves ten hours of driving (actual on-the-road, wheels-spinning drive time)? Extra time could be spent eating, using the bathroom, walking a dog, tending to antsy children, napping, or whatever you would do on a road trip when not actually driving. This is of course relevant for deciding what type of EV to get, or if an EV would work at all -- will you need something that charges faster than a Model 3 LR RWD (in miles of range per hour of charging) to be happy, or would a Chevy Bolt's 50 kW charge rate be adequate? My question uses a 10-hour drive time as an arbitrary figure. The question assumes good travel conditions; no blizzards, traffic jams, etc., just an open road and adequate infrastructure to charge (or otherwise fuel up) as quickly as you like.