I'm taking another trip to visit the in-laws in TN this weekend. My question is, with the introduction of the Bethesda supercharger, will it be faster to minimally charge in Newark to make Bethesda (100 miles, assume need 130 rated) and minimally charge in Bethesda to make Glen Allen (105 miles, assume need 135 rated) or is it faster to fully charge in Newark and drive direct to Glen Allen (201 miles, assume need 245 rated)? I'll arrive in Newark with 20 or so rated and it's about an extra 10 minutes to get off the highway in Bethesda, get to the SC, then return to the highway. Plus the 130 charge needed. Note that I'll drive 68-70 mph whenever traffic allows unless I need to conserve range. Ignore the risk that anyone is already charging in Bethesda (only 2 stalls). I'm leaning toward the double stop. It adds 15 minutes of drive time plus about 20 minutes to charge (35 minutes). I believe it would take longer than that to charge from 130 to 245 rated in Newark. Thoughts?