I took delivery on Saturday the 21st of December and have had an interesting week. I live in Scarborough Ontario and if you have been following the news we were hammered by the ice storm early on Sunday morning. My car had a 80% charge so when the power was out for 5 days I thought it would be ok. When I woke up Sunday morning everything was covered in an inch of ice and it was still raining. Most of the trees in the neighborhood were damaged and limbs had fallen. We had power pole down, snapped in half from the trees falling on the lines. Being in the electrical industry I new we were going to be in for a long outage. The only thing that worked was the phone and the gas fireplace. Cell lines were also not working. I spent the better part of the next 3 days rewiring furnaces so they could run off generators as the temperature went to -5c the next day and -15c the day after. As for the car I took it out a few times during the days and was surprised how much energy was lost while it was parked. To be fair it is a new car and I was looking at it 2-3 times a day when not driving, but I lost half the range while it was parked. I took it to tesla on Lawrence on the 23rd to see if I could get a charge but they were also affected buy the storm and had no power. I then went to Tesla Yorkdale and they let me plug into the high power charger for a few hours. I was not the only owner doing the same thing. I left there with 405km on the range and went to check on family in the east end of the city. Used the car again to go out on the 24th for diner in Markham. It seems like the car uses 20-30 extra kms to warm itself up each time I used it. Of the 405 I started with my car had 33 left on Christmas day. Without power I had to park it at my office which now had power but only a 120v outlet. Ther the car stayed for the next 2 days,in a warm bay but charging very slowly. Finally got power back the 27th around 11pm. The next day I had a meeting in Niagara falls. The car had a range of 380 on it and the distance was 140 each way so I thought it would easily make it. I did not drive the car hard but on the way there my mileage was dropping much faster than expected. I arrived there with a range of 156 left. On the return trip after 6 hours in the cold I was on my way back and the range was dropping fast. I had to use plug share to find a charger and spend 11/2 hours charging. Even with this 10 km from home I was on 0 range and pushed it to get home. I was in range mode the whole trip back without heat. I guess I need to max charge when traveling these type of distances in the future. One week down I hope the next one is uneventfull.