Hello all. Anyone have any solution for increasing range for long distance travel? Realistically, I can't use my Model S for any proper long distance travel as there are few charging options in my region. Of course there is always the option to slow charge from a wall socket, but I don't consider that particularly viable unless in an absolute emergency. I have a 2014 Model S 60, and it really is sufficient for 90+ % of my driving needs. But on occasion, I will drive for much greater distances than can be done on a single charge, and there are no super chargers, chademo chargers or even type 2 chargers anywhere on route. The best I can hope for is a wall socket, meaning 2.2kw (or 11km/h) charge rate. At that rate, it would take almost 30 hours to fully charge from 0. In theory I could carry around some boat batteries and an inverter. Then I could charge the car from those boat batteries, but thats not efficient, and unless I fill the car with LITERALLY tons of batteries, I still have the same kind of problem when they run out of juice. I would hate to use Petrol/Diesel generators, but in theory they too could be helpful. Wouldn't even need to carry around any fuel in a jerrycan as I could 'charge up' at a petrol station. Small generators could provide 7kw (or 35km/h) of charge. But that's not great either since its still only 7kw, and it would pretty much take up 70% of the trunk space. And worst of all... burns fuel to charge an electric car? You know what would be great. If every petrol station offered car charging (for a fee). Even a regular CEE (red) 3-phase outlet in Europe could typically offer 22kw (enough for 110km/h), and if I'm not mistaken, this is fairly common in most of Europe. And petrol stations are well placed and often already have places to sit and eat, buy some basic supplies, use the bathroom. Why the heck don't petrol stations offer this? It's a fairly simple and easy setup and can reasonably charge for this, at probably considerably higher profit margins than petrol/diesel. But since that is not an option, anyone else have any ideas?