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Discussion in 'Charging Standards and Infrastructure' started by stevezzzz, Jan 24, 2014.
Ah great. My comments didn't go unnoticed!
Ya, I have no idea what that means either.
Glad to see Tesla did put up a nice Facebook post about this trip today...
Another update here too - First across the US by Supercharger | Blog | Tesla Motors
It means they want a car shipped to them.
And here comes Tesla's attempt. A bit earlier than Friday - Cross Country Rally | Blog | Tesla Motors
Note the claim--not the fastest cross-country run, but the "lowest charge time."
John and Jill went up the hill
(Jill was the daughter).
They drove down
and claimed the crown,
and TM followed after.
In case anyone wants a longer look at the Glenney's trip, with extensive commentary from John... I have written it up for Forbes.
Charge! How A Father-Daughter Duo Gambled On Tesla And Beat Out Elon Musk While Doing It - Forbes
Thanks Mark, that's a really well-written and detailed summary. Appreciate your writing it up.
Thanks for sharing this! I enjoyed the article.
Nice write up! Thx!
Well done! Thanks.
Now that is how "reporting" is done. Rather than just summarizing what someone else wrote. Great interviews, good new information, good explanation of the trip, Tesla's muted response, and why someone would try such a crazy trip.
Great report @markrogo