True Tesl Milege I drove from Orlando to Jacksonville with a couple of small 12 mile errands. 1. Miles disappear faster if you have the AC on and keep up with the posted high way speed of 70 MPH. 2. Even world class hotels are inadequately reared for electric vehicles. Double tree had three 110 V outlets in the parking lot- not necessarily for charging- two of them didn't even have any juice flowing, and one was poorly anchored at a height of about 5 ft and couldn't support the weight of the cable. I should add that the hotel staff were wonderful and went out of the way to get a blocking vehicle out. 3 Nissan has a crazy CHAdeMO high speed outlet but you need a $450 adapter. 4 . After driving 15 miles, I charged in a different hotel parking lot (at 4 miles per hour) only to realize after 3 hours that I would end up worse than I started before. 5. Then I found a commercial charger at $0.13 per kwh after endless figuring out of how to use. It had a card system and wouldn't take any credit card. Being partially deaf and with the street notice, it took me 30 minutes to get my credit card accepted. I charged enough to get me to St. Augustine super charger. Rest is history- after 40 minutes, I had a full charge and was on my way to Orblando. 6. At 60 MPH ( I was driving slow) and at 75 degrees AC ( outside temp 92), it took 1.36 kWh for a mile. Between St. Augustine charger and my home at Lake Nona, I had used 156 kWh. 7 Next time I will top it off whenever I see a super charger, never rely on 110 V charger, avoid Hotels without a charger, avoid commercial chargers, and be prepared to see non-Tesla plugs from different car dealers. Nissan was wonderful however. 8" Inam not sure how much the jubilant and ecstatic acceleration is worth if you have to drive slowly, turn off AC, and gawk at other speeding cars. 9 Is bigger battery, the only answer? I drive either alone or with my wife. I would love a lighter 2 seater with Tesla quality but would give at least 300 miles at the posted speed limit on highways with AC or Heater running.