Traveling this weekend from Merced, to clovis, and then to Atascadero. EV trip planner wants me to use Harris ranch but I want to bypass it and go straight to Atascadero down 41. EV Trip planner has me using 65 kWh for the entire trip to the Atascadero supercharger assuming a speed x of 1.1 and cabin temp of 70 on a 90 degree day. Should I charge to 100% and arrive with an estimated 10 kWh left which would be safest or should I charge to 95% and arrive with 5 kWh left? I'm inclined to do the former to have the extra buffer unless it's much worse for the battery to charge to 100% than for it to be almost empty. I've never charged to 100% before. Most I've been since after delivery is 90% and only once at that. The battery has spent the first 4500 miles between 35 and 85% except for that one time I charged to 90. Obviously if I charged to 100% it will literally be minutes before I leave. i.e. I'll charge and as soon as it hits 100% I'll drive off. I'll probably precondition the car first by driving it around the block to lower the viscosity of the reduction gear and run the AC while it's plugged int to get it as cold as possible inside.