So I did my first 'drive' today up to and in the North Georgia mountains. Left Smyrna drove up GA 400 to Dahlonega. I kept it at 65mph on the way there to keep my wife feeing good about range, and I guess me too. Then drove up and over Neel's Gap down and then back up to the parking lot on top of Brasstown Bald (highest point in Georgia) then over Unicoi Gap and down to Helen Georgia. Which is supposed to look like a Alpine Bavarian German Town. Then over to Gainesville and back to Smyrna. Whole trip was 217.3 miles, the last 80 I stopped caring about range as I knew I had plenty so I was doing 85+ on the Interstate. I started with a full range charge, and finished with 24 miles left in the bank. I now have no doubts about making it to my brothers house in Charlotte. And does this car do 60-90 stupidly fast or what?!?!! As we were getting into the foothills this came up on the radio. Not a good sign. I think this car might attract Velociraptors, I have not had this happen with any other car. I think Tesla should warn us somehow. Or at least let us know the risks! And for you people out west. Here in Georgia we have 'gaps' they are what you would call a 'mountain pass' if you didn't know. First peak was Neel's gap, very close to the start of the Appalachian trail. Including the only portion of the trail to go underneath a man made structure (no good pic). About half a mile from the top of the gap two BMWs and a GSX were hauling up the road. And about a quarter of a mile from the top we saw one BMW in the ditch on the wrong side of the road. No one was hurt, and somehow only dirt and scratches on the BMW. His other BMW buddy and the GSX buddy helped get him out of the ditch. There is an overlook of the valley at this gap, and it is always pretty even on cold cloudy days. Uh I don't have a lower gear. I only have this one?!?!? I saw a bunch of these. Next stop was Brasstown Bald. Highest point in Georgia, and there is a parking lot really close to the top. The last 3 miles of road are REALLY steep I think the average grade is ~18-20% over the ENTIRE 3 miles. Coming down I was full regen and accelerated to about 30 mph in a couple of sections. The tower is at the very top. Mountains to cool things to your energy graph. Last gap Unicoi gap. Also along the Appalachian trail. The pavement is so nice on this gap and going up and down is so much fun. I prefer doing it on a bicycle but the S was great. I blitzed the last 80 miles. I paid little attention to range as I knew I had plenty. Got home with 24 miles to spare. I burned about 15 miles of my buffer in the last 80 miles. But I was going 85+ on the interstate so not unexpected. Total trip was 217.3 miles. I used 70.1 kWh with an average usage of 323 Wh/mi. After I got into my garage and turned the car off I got this message (I don't know if has been posted before, I'll make a thread if I can't find one) After this trip the 240 miles to my brother's house in Charlotte should be easy. I love this car. It handled great during the whole trip.