I can read and calculate all I want, but nothing competes with experience, so maybe I could ask for some advice? I'm going from my home in West Kelowna, BC to my mother's house in Abbotsford, BC... a trip of 312km but that's through very high mountains and at relatively high speeds (120kph limit for much of the journey. Typically 140 though). From there I'm crossing the border and heading to the Home Depot in Bellingham, WA to pick some stuff up. Then back to Mom's and home 2 days later. Some day I'll install a 240V at Mom's, but until then its standard 110V/15A. My plan so far: Top up to 100% at home. Stop at Hope, BC Supercharger. Grab lunch and plan to charge for 50-60 minutes (hopefully close to 100%) Charge at the Best Western near Home Depot if possible... Plugshare says "patron's only" but comments indicate this isn't an issue? This step may be completely unnecessary? Plug in at Mom's (zzz) for at least as long as it takes to get back to Hope SC Top up again at Hope and get home. There's no superchargers anywhere near my Mom's, unfortunately. I expect to be showing off my car as this is the first time any of my family will have seen it. So I'd like to have a reasonable amount of charge, which is why I'm thinking about charging in Bellingham and topping up more than normally necessary in Hope. The Bellingham Best Western charger is a Tesla destination charger rated to 80A... but what will my 2015 P85D (without dual chargers) actually get? I couldn't seem to find that info.