Starting point is 91748 Rowland Heights area, with 180 miles of charge. I used the in-car navigation for supercharging planning, and was charging until the car tells me it's got enough juice to leave Stop 1 - Barstow (~75 miles distance from starting point) - some traffic for the first 30 miles until I got to the I-15, 40 mph avg - then 70-85 mph until I got to Barstow - 40 miles of charge left when i arrived - charge time 40 minutes (only 2 other cars charging, 16 stalls available) - charging started at 230mi/hour then stayed at around 170mi/hour - charged to 170 miles Stop 2 - Primm (~115 miles distance) - mostly 80mph for the first 20 miles or so until the car says "stay below 65mph to reach destination" - as the big climb came and the energy usage went up, i got panicked and was doing 70mph for a while , then 65mph. - after the big climb, I got only 10 miles left but i could see Primm in sight, and the rest of the drive was all downhill. so i took it up to 85mph and it was mostly "regen" all the way until the road was level. - arrived Primm with 6 miles left. - charged until 65 miles (~15mins) , as the rest of the drive was about 30 miles, the car didn't tell me it's ready to go this time Destination - MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Arrived with less than 20 miles of charge - I first went to Bellagio for some errands, then headed to MGM for stay, had 12 miles left - Finding the chargers was a pain in the ass. I circled the self parking several times and couldn't find it. - went to valet and was told they don't offer EV charging. They gave me direction to the chargers. - Finally found the chargers at the Uber/Lyft waiting lobby, yes in the freaking waiting area in front of bunch of people waiting for rides. - There were only 3 spaces - 1 Tesla charger, 2 x Chargepoint chargers. ALL OCCUPIED! - Luckily, as I drove past the chargers the first time trying to figure out how to get in there, one Tesla was leaving. so i circled back and plugged into the chargepoint charger. It was free. but charging was rather slow. 14mi/hour. For those of you who arrive with little charge left, I recommend charging at the supercharger at the beginning of the strip before you go to the hotel for final stay. otherwise you will have a hard time finding a destination charger. None of the hotels have enough EV chargers.