Last Friday we were on the final stretch of a 14-day, 3300 mile road trip when we arrived at the supercharger at Mt. Shasta in the early afternoon. I've heard stories of long waits at superchargers along I-5, but I've been lucky and never waited more than 5-10 minutes to get a stall....until today. There were 15 cars waiting for 4 superchargers and the charge rate was not optimal for anyone. Here's the Tesla moment....our fellow owners had already created slips of paper with numbers to keep track of who was next. No one complained. No one jumped the line. We shared the duty of tracking numbers so people could go eat etc. We met new people and shared stories beyond our cars. We bought ice cream and shared it with the others while we waited in the hot weather. By the time we left, we had just handed out #25 to the latest car and it appeared that things were not slowing down anytime soon. What could have been a bad way to end a road trip actually ended up being one of the enjoyable parts of the trip. No rush, no hurry, we will get there when we get there. I love road trips in this car!