I just completed my first long distance road trip with my Model Y. We traveled 1,200 miles from PA to FL. The car performed perfectly and I was glad to have Autopilot for the long drive down RT95. It does take some of the stress out of a long drive. Being new to an EV I had range anxiety so I planned on doing more recharge stops than the Tesla navigation calculated. I used Plug Share to break the trip down in 3 legs, 3 days of driving with 2 overnights. My goal was to come into a supercharger with no less than 40% battery remaining. I used the Tesla navigation to navigate from one supercharger to the next. I was pleased with the battery range especially on the first day in cold temps leaving PA. I did pre-warm the battery and cabin with my home charger before leaving. All of the superchargers worked fine although charging speed varied. I didn’t realize charging speed slows down as the battery reaches 80%. I have seen the KW drop from 130KW to 10KW as the battery filled. I did all of the charging at Tesla superchargers. I tried to select 250KW chargers and hotels located next to superchargers. Some hotels do have free destination chargers but I found it was better to find a good hotel rate versus paying a premium just because they have a 10KW charger. Total charging cost for the trip was $80.15. Comparatively the prior year I did this trip with my Acura MDX using premium fuel and it cost $145.