WetEV
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Re: Is it possible to travel from Salt Lake to Denver?

Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:53 am

jlv wrote:
WetEV wrote:It seems confused with L2 charging stops.
When I open your plan link, and look at the L2 charging you set up (the red gear) it only shows you selected 8 hours to charge, but you didn't put in a charge rate. You need that. Putting in 6.6kW makes things look better.


Ah, thanks.

But result is not correct. Route limited to 50mph. When there is a perfectly good route.

https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_u ... 95f99b485c


jlv wrote:Possibly true for everything that is not a Tesla. You did see this text after you planned the route for the LEAF?
Alpha car model, please submit feedback.


Every car seems to show this text, other than Tesla. What a great marketing tool!
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Re: Is it possible to travel from Salt Lake to Denver?

Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:49 pm

It was originally a side for Tesla route planning and was only extended to other EVs (and charging networks) later.
LEAF '13 SL+Prem (mfg 12/13, leased 4/14, bought 5/17, sold 11/18) 34K mi, AHr 58, SOH 87%
Tesla S 75D (3/17)
Tesla X 100D (12/18)
75K 100% BEV miles since '14
ICE free since '18

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