On my first long road trip with my 85D. Drove from Portland OR to Santa Rosa CA. Staying in an airbnb with no charging. The closest supercharger is 30 miles away. Closest public chargepoint is about 15 miles away. At first I didn't think it would be a big deal. Just drive down to the SC every couple of days and charge up to 100%. However it's turning into a stressful experience. First, my car is rated for 270 miles. Always thought that was good enough at home, but I charged every night and didn't have to think about it. It appears 270 miles in reality is more like 200 usable. There are a lot of hills around here that use up a lot, plus the vampire drain steals a bunch of miles every night. I have energy savings on and always connected off. Also turned off auto present doors, but I still lose 5-10 rated miles a night. There is no cell connectivity at all at the airbnb so perhaps the car is using power hunting for cell connection. My idea of charging up every couple of days didn't work. We end up having to incorporate charging nearly every day. Driving to San Francisco? Well we started the day with 150miles so need to stop at Petaluma on the way. Then on the way back, stop again to charge up for the next day. Drive around the coast and surrounding areas? Need to cut the trip early because we were running low on charge. Second, charging takes a long time. Most of the time I'm at the charger over an hour because I'm trying to fill up to avoid unnecessary trips. I also severely underestimated the amount of time I'd spend charging while on the trip down from Oregon by a couple hours. Most of the time I charged enough to have a 20% buffer but it still took forever. Also tried to utilize chargepoint when going out to dinner one night. It was very nearly useless. It maxed out at 30A and only charged about 40 rated miles, which we used up just getting back home. The lesson for me is to only consider places that have destination chargers from now on. Having 200+ miles available every morning would've made the trip much more enjoyable.