So, I've got a question for the more experienced road trippers out there. We'll be making a trek up I-95 to Savannah in our Model S w/ 85kWh and 19" wheels. I was wondering if anyone has advice on whether we need to stop at the Port Orange Supercharger on our way to the St. Augustine Supercharger from the Port St. Lucie Supercharger. Here's why I'm even proposing this question. According to EV Trip Planner and our specs, the distance between Port St. Lucie and St. Augustine is 201.4 miles or driving at a speed multiplier of .95 it is 234 Rated Miles. In order to make it to Savannah, a charging stop at St. Augustine seems required. It seems silly to force a stop at Port Orange when it is only 67.6 miles or 77 Rated Miles from St. Augustine. If driving slower than .95 speed multiplier, shouldn't 201.4 miles be doable? Anyone have a real world advice?