In case you were wondering how much is really left after the counter hits zero. We finished dinner in Wilkes barre, PA last night (3/6) and was hit with making an executive decision. Hit the Supercharger along the route home (tannerville) which is 35 miles away or go about 10 miles out of the way to a closer charger (Scranton). Conditions are about 27 degrees and I know that the drive to dinner on route 80 was a continuous climb so at some point I would have a downhill run for about 5 miles of the trip. Total miles left in the tank 52. What would you do???? Plenty left to make trip to tannersville right? That’s what I thought. I figured I would keep speed at 65 just in case. Well here goes....... about half way to destination I get the warning that I need to charge and the “miles left” is a couple of miles less than what I need. I slow up a little more. At about 10 miles away I hit zero miles left. Heat automatically turns off. Acceleration is at a minimum. There is about 5 miles to next exit, pitch black, family in the car etc. at 7 miles left I call Tesla while driving and ask what my options are and if I should continue driving or pull over and ask what exactly happens when I lose power totally. She said when I run out to call them and they will send a tow truck at my cost to bring me to next charger. I asked what about my family. She said to get an Uber. WOW. We are in the middle of nowhere. She said some cars have a reserve that doesn’t register and that I should continue to drive until it runs out. OMG. So here we go. At about 4 miles from destination we finally hit the 4.5% downgrade on route 80 running at 50mph. Windows all fogged up cause heat not working and low and behold we finally made it to the destination. What a bad feeling and thankfully we got there safely. Felt like I really let my family down by putting them in that situation. On a positive the supercharger at tannersville was that fastest I ever encountered. 30 minutes netted me 211 miles. At some points 514mph per hour was registering. It’s now Monday night and I still can’t believe we made it.