Thanks for the comments. I am aware of the various charging networks: Blink, Chargepoint, Plugshare, and others. However, they don't offer any options in my "region", either. I'm unaware of any politics in AR regarding charging stations. There are several stations around the state, but they are either low amp/low voltage or way out of the way. Tesla does have one, but it is nowhere near a major interstate. The state has already set up several free charging stations ... but they are only in Little Rock or places not near the major interstates, and again, too slow of a charging capability anyway. And, I don't need a charging station in my city (duh). These stations are generally set up for cars like the Volt or Leaf - not a powerhouse like my P85D. And yes, I am a big boy, well aware of promises and their implications. Nevertheless, part of my purchase was to promote electric vehicles. I also own a 21.2 kWp solar farm, and despite heavy politics from the energy company, we have net metering in AR, and it's great. So, I don't believe charging station installations are a political issue - they are a money issue, as many things are. What I didn't hear were ideas, suggestions, or connections as to getting charging stations in this region. That's okay, just wanted to see if this thread would produce suggestions. The sad truth is that this isn't Tesla's priority, as they have told me several times already. In essence, it seems I will have to do the legwork with 3rd parties to get charging stations built around the state. Maybe Tesla's strategy is just that. I hope anyone reading this might still have some suggestions. We all know electric vehicles are here to stay and that we are ahead of the curve. Someday there will be very few gas stations and plenty of charging stations. I hope that happens sooner than later.