I did a trip from where I live in northern Chicago to Paducah, KY and back. I had to stop at Country Club Hill, IL to supercharge to 100 percent (going to Paducah) since this is my first long trip. 1.) 100 percent charge 2.) Full car: 2 adults, 6,5,3,1 year old. 1 carry on size suit case. Case of mushrooms and a case of Chinese Squash. (just carry on, on the way back) 3.) First trip was 4pm to 1am roughly, second trip was 9ish to 5ish 4.) 21" tires at 44 psi The navigation kept on wanting me to go to Aurora, IL then to Normal, IL. I had to manually put in country club hill. I set the TACC for 70mph (speed limit). i made it there with only 1 percent left on the car (2 miles) I was sweating it a little. I have 4 kids in the car and the idea of being stranded in the middle of the night with 4 kids did not seem like a pleasant night. I supercharged at Effingham to 100 percent as well. that went well. I was averaging 370-385 Wh/mi I figured at 70 i'd get better than that. I thought maybe it was elevation. Same thing happened on the way back. I supercharged to 100 percent at effingham and i had 1 mile left pulling into Country club hill. I know there is speculation that the cruise can actually waste more energy, but I really not behind anyone almost the whole way. My 5 year daughter in the back got sick 3 times in the car (My kids luckily know how to toss their cookies into a gallon garbage bag and not all over the car). Not car sick. We think she has a stomach virus. She's been sick all day and night even at home. What do you guys think. On par or should I have gotten better? range mode and sport mode was on. No heat. Ev trip planner said net elevation change of -312 feet going to paducah and positive coming back.