Is Coast to Coast in an Electric Car Currently Viable? The article above is against coast-to-coast EV due to long charging time as it says: "We strenuously note that we would not recommend anyone actually attempt this; to drive this route in an electric car would take a long, long... long time (as we will explain)." It does mention "Tesla supercharging locations" but it neglected to mention Tesla's faster charging rate while faithfully mentioning other manufacturers' slower rates. The article neglected to mention that Tesla has done that since 2014 1/21/2014: 62 year old retired professor John Glenney & his daughter Jill drove in the middle of winter from New York city to Los Angeles in 5 days. 1/30/2014: Tesla employees also did it in from the hot dessert to the vortex of winter LAX to NYC, 3,400 miles in 76 hours or a little more than 3 days. 8/21/2016: Alex Roy team did it in just 55 hours or just a little more than 2 days. 7/1/2017: Freedom 5000 Team did it in 51 hours and 47 minutes or just a little more than 2 days. Please write to the Cars.com's Editor and educate them that it's has been practical to drive coast-to-coast trip in an all-electric Tesla with decent time since 2014. The email is: [email protected] Thanks!