It's already on the map as a "Coming Soon" location...
And in the thread somebody mentioned that the owner of Rustler's BBQ has offered up their location. No word back from Tesla, although I would think their hours might be an issue.its been “coming soon” for 6 years. There is a Quik Trip there which could be used. Address: 903 E Trudgeon St, Henryetta, OK 74437, United States
Thanks though Henryetta OK would be the split from Catoosa to Denison TXPathetic splitter!
Marco found a permit for Tesla charging stations at 7380 S Olympia Ave W , Tulsa, OK, 74132. I went looking and found the following link which confirms it: https://tulsaok-energovweb.tylerhost.net/apps/selfservice#/permit/74920929-027d-4773-9e64-8f8c421777b3 7380 S Olympia Ave, Tulsa, OK 74132...teslamotorsclub.com
On I-44, splits 256.1 miles, 242.1 miles from the start near Wichita Falls, TX, 18.3 miles to Catoosa, OK.
And in the thread somebody mentioned that the owner of Rustler's BBQ has offered up their location. No word back from Tesla, although I would think their hours might be an issue.
The SC gap connecting Alaska to the rest of the US has just closed by a few hundred miles. It's now only 1685 miles between the new SC in Chugiak, AK and the one in Prince George, BC.
Down from 1855 miles - so definitely headed in the right direction. However it is _almost_ possible to do the drive with CCS/CHAdeMO now. Basically the gap between Prince George BC and Watson Lake YT is the major impediment.
@ItsNotAboutTheMoney - according to wikipedia, four major highways in Alaska are considered "interstates". So technically, they could be added to your spreadsheet:
Interstates standards or not, it's the only road connection...I suppose, although they're a bit of cheat since they're not built to Interstate standards and maintained by Alaska. They're more like US Numbered Highways or state highways. I have "AK-1" in my state highways list.
Interstates standards or not, it's the only road connection...