That stretch is easy and gorgeous. I have done Grand Junction to Richfield in my X 100D.
If you get hungry, the restaurant across the street is actually pretty good.The car will make it but I’ll have to take it easy as I’m in a SR+ (240, more like 230) so a long full charger at Green River. I’m glad that V10 is out with all the entertainment options as we sit now.
The car will make it but I’ll have to take it easy as I’m in a SR+ (240, more like 230) so a long full charger at Green River. I’m glad that V10 is out with all the entertainment options as we sit now.
My experience too. As well as most chargers locations in Idaho and WyomingThe chargers worked great but if you are concerned about people not wearing masks in restaurants or the gas station, stay in your car. There is no mask mandate in this county and it is a travel destination, so people stop here from all over. No employees, cooks, waiters, etc. wear them in the restaurants, no gas station staff and maybe 10% of those going in did.
Notorious BVRHad the opportunity to wait for 45 minutes at this charger on 12/26/2020 before I was able to plug in. By the time I got to 40% in my LR I gave up and left to St. George. The line was at 12 people by then.
This, again, desperately needs to be upgraded with more stalls and V3 Superchargers.
This is one I might be able to beat you to! You may have been first at Draper and at K1 Speedway, but I'm gunna try and beat you to this one! Keyword try, because I'm sure you'll find a way to beat me!The Utah Tesla Club has had posts weekly about long lines at the Beaver Supercharger. We just got confirmation from the land owner there are 24 stalls being installed.
Not sure if this is going to replace the current 8, or be additional. But, a very much needed expansion.
We actually have people recommend against going on a Tesla road trip because of this stop.