Hi all, I am trying to find out if driving from Boston to Pittsburgh is feasible (anything is possible!). Here is what the drive looks like: Getting to Southern NJ is easy... From looking at supercharge.info, getting from Boston to the very edge of Pennsylvania on the way to Pittsburgh is relatively straight forward hitting a chain of Superchargers at Stamford, CT and then Trenton, NJ. Getting from NJ to Pittsburgh is hard... There are no superchargers in-between NJ and Pittsburgh with 325 miles of driving left, including traversing the Appalachian mountains. The 603 miles in the screenshot is the total distance from Boston to Pittsburgh (not from Trenton to Pittsburgh). My only chance seems to be to find somewhere with an HPWC in-between, no further east than Harrisburg. Stops further east than Harrisburg (e.g., Allentown) would not leave me with enough charge to get to Pittsburgh. Therefore, even if the Allentown supercharger were built, it wouldn't exactly solve this problem. Has anyone managed this trip before? Where did you stop? I'd greatly appreciate any help. Thinking about making this trip home for the Xmas holiday.