Drove 400 miles round trip today. 310 wh/mile for the whole trip going left lane speed instead of right lane speed. Redmond -> Centralia Centralia -> Astoria Astoria -> Centralia Centralia -> Redmond Each leg is 100 miles. On the first stop in Centralia I decided to top up to 220 miles range from 150 because I wasn't confident I would be able to charge in Astoria. It only cost me about 3 minutes on top of the time I spent for a quick pit stop and breakfast to get to a nice round 220. In Astoria I used my CHAdeMO adapter for the first time. I was very happy to get 150 miles per hour plugged in there. I had a little scare when my charge port door would not open when I pushed the button on the touchscreen - rebooting the touchscreen with the thumbwheels fixed that. ( No idea how long it had been in that state, I haven't had to open the charge port that way for a long time. ) I got back to ~240 miles range during lunch and headed back to Redmond. Once the car is above half battery CHAdeMO isn't significantly slower than supercharging. I stopped in Centralia again to top up on the way back, not because I needed charge, but because I needed a 15 minute catnap. My lack of faith in the CHAdeMO recharge ( had never used the adapter before, didn't know what charge rate I would get, didn't know if the 1 unit in all of Astoria would be working or ICEd ) was unwarranted.