I find myself driving my Model S to Charlotte for business. First time range charging, first time going a long distance on superchargers. Thanks to all those before that helped ease my mind for this trip. I'll post more range details, but as it turns out, at 60+ degrees F, the range was really not a worry at all from Glen Allen to Burlington. I was usually doing 72mph. Maybe if the weather gets better, I can participate in the Charlotte Cars and Coffee on Saturday before heading back to VA. Weather reports right now aren't encouraging. ==== update ===== I get to the Bank of America Corporate Center and I am ICE'ed by a Honda Civic. The other Chargepoint space is being used by a Ford EV. I park just in front for a moment to check out the situation and the driver comes out and leaves. But by the time I swing back around (1 way streets) the a Chevy Volt has pulled in. Sigh. I don't need the charge right away, so I parked at the hotel. I'll need to charge some before I head back and so I figure that won't be hard. I do wonder about leaving the car on that street for any real length of time at night though.