Hi all. I'm planning a road trip. One that will save me potentially £1400-£1800 in flight costs at half term. The trip is London to Megève France. There are some nicely placed superchargers along the route, but when I plan it on ev tripplanner, there is about 4 hours total charging time for the drive. It really adds a lot to this long drive that is better driven fast to get it out of the road. I'm also worried that if it's -5 to -10degrees Celcius (Only Americans and old school brits know Fahrenheit right?) and raining/snowing out there which is common in Europe, that may range will really suffer. Consider also that I'll have kids in the car so turning off the heat is not an option. So this is a real world trip that I'm planning and I've read plenty of tips: slow driving, turn off heating, more short charges instead of fewer long ones. But I'm curious if people with experience of long drives across Europe have any specific/useful tips: Like best ways to waste time, expected availability at super charging places, expected range in windy, wet, cold weather. I have a 2016 S70D.