Traveling to SLO from the Seattle area to pick up my son from college and I'm trying to decide which route I'd rather take. I'll be driving south on Wednesday and Thursday, so could potentially hit traffic depending on the time of day. Route planners suggest taking I-5 most of the way, splitting off north of Sacramento, the 101 route would be about 25 miles shorter and 30 minutes less -- which on a 1,000 mile drive is not that much difference. I'm planning on making it a two day solo drive south, with an overnight in either Mt. Shasta or Corning, depending on how traffic through Washington and Oregon slows me down. I'm not in a huge rush, and will be turning around and heading back from SLO on Saturday, and could potentially take the other route north. As a Tesla geek, I'm tempted to swing by the Kettleman City Supercharger. As an engineering student, I'm sure my son would get a kick out of it, too. Is there anything I should watch out for with either route? We made a Seattle - Santa Cruz round trip in my S85D about 18 months ago, and Seattle - Yellowstone since, so I'm quite familiar with multiple supercharging trips. Thanks!