Suppose you have 2 adults and you want to get an X and a LEAF halfway across the US (CA to CO). What is the best way? Obviously you would drive the X, but what about the LEAF 1) Pay someone to take the LEAF I think the cost would be about $1000 2) Sell the LEAF and buy another LEAF in the destination Cost is probably $1000 or more (depending on how good you are at buying and selling, and tax) 3) Use a tow bar. Cost is probably $800 for the equipment, but you can resell it so real cost about $200 Not sure that you can use a tow bar on a LEAF. At superchargers you would need to unhook the car (about every 100 miles) 4) Use a tow dolly. Cost is about $1200 but you can resell the equipment afterwards so real cost about $200. This should work with the LEAF... as others have reported using a tow dolly to tow a LEAF However at each supercharger it would be annoying... you need to unstrap the leaf and take it off the dolly, then unhook the dolly from the car (and do the opposite after charging)... and do this operation every 100 miles or so. 5) Use a tow trailer. Cost is about $3k but you can sell it afterwards... so real cost is likely $600. Easier to unhook and rehook at superchargers, but still a hassle. 6) Drive the LEAF. Stop for CHADEMO charging in lots of RV parks to charge. Cost is mainly an EVSE or Jesla, but we already have an appropriate EVSE. Overall I suspect that (4) may be the best compromise... sure it takes an extra 15 minutes every 100 miles given 2 adults to load and unload but that would only add 3 hours to traveling time. Otherwise (1) would make the overall trip much faster and less risky. Any thoughts?