I tend to become a Supercharger nudge every time I have a most recent kid get ready to go away to college, and I know tesla loves watching me spend their supercharger money, but.... OK, Now we are looking at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor near Detroit for my youngest kid, traveling from White Plains, NY (i.e., NYC). DO I feel like shlepping by car to see the school or my kid if he goes there? Maybe once or twice -- but i like being able to know I can do it. We all got the Binghamton supercharger taken seriously, now I am ready for I80. To get from White Plaisn to Ann Arbor, EVTripplanner routes me through upstate NY and canada to do it, for 718 miles and 10:39 driving hours. Google maps has me taking I80 for a pretty straight shot, for 9:30 with normal traffic, and 637 miles. HOWEVER, when you look at the map, I80 is a giant Supercharger desert through Pennsylvania -- nothing from Tannersville in the Poconos to Macedonia near Cleveland (sound like a war zone). that is 357 miles and 5:27 hours of pure Supercharger-bare territory. Bellefonte PA, right near State college (at 142 miles from tannersville) would be a good first step, but why hasn't Tesla developed I80? I80 is a major, major highway. Does anyone have any intel on this, or surmise they know? Is it regulatory?