I just returned from our annual family trip from Northern Va to the NC outer banks (Nags Head) in my 60kWh. Thought I would share the stats in case others are considering the drive. On the way down, I wanted to use the Supercharger in Plymouth, NC. After range charging in Glen Allen, I skipped Rocky Mount and instead cut over on rte 35 near Petersburg which was scenic but slow and meandering. Plymouth is an odd location for 8 superchargers considering much busier places (like Newark, DE's 4 chargers) have so few. There is really nothing within walking distance besides the Holiday Inn and Bojangles. After spending 35 minutes at Bojangles with the family, I decided next time I'd bring a picnic. Southbound Stats: From Glen Allen to Plymouth 161.9 miles, 46.3kWh, 286 Wh/mi, 2hrs 53 min, (56mph avg), arrived with 30 miles rated range (started with 193 Rated Range). From Plymouth to Nags Head 74.1 miles, 23.3 kWh, 315 Wh/mi, 1hr 12 min, (62mph avg), arrived with 62 miles rated range. Total from Glen Allen to Nags Head (including 35 min charge at Plymouth) was 236 miles, 4 hrs 40 min. On the return trip, decided to take the shorter route via NewPort News/I-64. The distance to Glen Allen is 183 miles which is pushing my comfort zone in the 60kWh (range charge gives me 194 rated range). There are new free level 2 chargers in Newport News at the City Center area with lots of restaurants/shops, right off I 64. It was Sunday so nothing was open yet but stopped for a brief top-off (27minutes, 8miles range added). Northbound Stats: From Nags Head to LVL2 charger Newport News 110.2 miles, 30kWh, 272 Wh/mi, 2 hours, (65mph avg) arrived w 89 mi rated range (started w 194mi rated range). From Newport News to Glen Allen 74.3 miles, 22kWh, 297 Wh/mi, 1hr 8min, (66mph avg) arrived with 24 miles rated range. Total from Nags Head to Glen Allen (including 30 minute stop for level 2 charge in Newport News) was 184.5 miles, 3 hrs 37min. Overall the I-64 route was much faster and shorter and very do-able in the 60 kWh even without a stop along the way. If we hadn't stopped for charge we would have arrived at Glen Allen with 16 miles Rated Range. There was no traffic either direction (we left obscenely early for the return home) but the I-64 route can be nasty at peak travel times. The temps were also moderate on this leg (70's) so didn't need climate control.