I just recently completed a road trip from Southern California to Napa, with a stay-over in San Francisco with a friend. I hope this info helps folks out there with 60's doing road trips. Here is the data that I collected using the Supercharger network, and charging in SF and Napa. Keep in mind that I drove between 65 – 75 mph, and tried to use cruise control where I could, which wasn’t often due to traffic behavior of others (people going super slow or super fast). Basically took 10 - 11 hours to drive one direction (from Hawthorne SC to San Francisco or vice versa). I spent 3 nights in SF. So I had my car parked in a 24/7 parking lot on Mason/Post (Pro Parking, 433 Mason). They have 7 Chargepoint chargers on the bottom floor for the ActiveE’s they rent out. They will move the ActiveE’s out of the way for you to park and charging is complimentary. I parked myself, but you have to leave your key with them. My day trip to Napa had me visit 6 wineries for their wine tasting. 2 of the wineries I specifically chose because they have complimentary charging (if the charger isn’t taken). Honig has a single 30A charger. ZD Wines has a 30A charger and a HPWC (3 staff members own Teslas). Hawthorne SC: The bathroom is now open 9 to 12 midnight M-F, and 10-6 weekends. Tejon Ranch SC: Close to a McD’s and Yogurtland, which is where I ended up eating. Other shops and fastfood available as well. Harris Ranch SC: Not much here except for Harris Ranch. Walked around Harris Ranch market and bought my friend 2 filets. Gilroy SC: Outlet mall, so lots of places to go shopping if you cared to. Right close to an In-n-Out, and I saw a McDs and Starbucks across the road. Atascadero SC: completely missed the entrance (next to Rabobank). Ate at a Mexican restaurant Que Pasa, but the SC’s are next to a Denny’s. Buellton SC: in the lot for the Marriott. A few spots are marked as 2 hour parking, while others say EV only. McD’s nearby, but I went into the hotel for a frapaccino (half off for happy hour). Just a note: There's road construction on the 101 in Santa Barbara and there's a section that goes from 3 lanes down to 2. Took about 45 minutes just to get through Santa Barbara, as speeds were about 10 mph.