Just a short trip from Redmond WA to Beaverton OR to visit the inlaws and some college campus visits for our son. Wife was stressed out about our first EV car out of town trip. I planned out things in advance and it turned out much much easier than I thought. Original Plan Redmond (Actually Sammamish, WA) -> Centralia Supercharger Centralia -> Beaverton (Actually Hillsboro OR)... stay over night Beaverton -> Portland (University of Portland, Lewis and Clark College) -> Woodburn Supercharger Woodburn -> Hillsboro... stay over night Hillisboro -> Portland (Reed College) -> Centralia Supercharger Centralia -> Sammamish I figure I should have at least 50 mile spare at all points using this itinerary. But the reality turn out a lot easier than I thought Actual Itinerary Sammamish (195mi range at start) -> Centralia (~85mi range, charged to 255mi range) Centralia -> Hillsboro (142 mi range) Dinner at Beaverton (+50 miles, 190mi range) googled the restaurant and saw Nissan dealership across the street. Called Nissan and they said to come down to use their J1772 charger. +50 miles or so during dinner. Hillsboro overnight (+40 miles, 230mi range) Inlaws dryer is indoor and too far to outside so I used the 110V from garage overnight Hillsboro (230mi range) to college visits in Portland (+50 miles, 230mi range after finished). Lewis and Clark College had a single J1772 charger that was hooked up to the zipcar EV Honda Fit parked in the zipcar parking next to the EV parking. I figure people just always leave it on the zipcar so the etiquette is probably to use the plug and put it back on the zipcar when done. +50miles during my college visit at Lewis and Clark. Now back at the inlaws and going to add about 30 miles or so over night on 110V and should have 240mi range in the morning. Stop at Reed College tomorrow and then head back to Sammamish via Centralia Supercharger. Only need 100mi range or so from Portland to Centralia so plenty to spare. I used cruise control set at 64mph on most of I5 travel. Climate set to 68F and blower set on 1 for windshield (to stop fogging up) and footwell (to keep toes warm). Average use is about 315Whr/mile. Real miles traveled seems to be about 10% less than projected range given this usage. 4 people in the car and minimal luggage. Anyway, I found this trip a lot easier than anticipated. Never bothered to take a 40 mile round trip detour to Woodburn to Supercharge. Was able to locate J1772 on each of the local trips by googling/plugshare/chargepoint/blink/Chad's Tesla highway map in advance. 2+ hour stops at J1772s nets +50mi each time. Even 110V overnight got +40mi each night and very useful to help reduce/eliminate range anxiety. Now I'm pretty confident to sell our Prius. Wife wanted to hold onto it unsure of Tesla's ease of use on out of town visits once we get to where we are going. I think we are now convinced after this first trip Need to do a little search/planning but charging opportunities seems quite abundant.