Tuesday trip in the Bay area; nearly all freeway. Trip 1 was early morning, kept speed at 55 or below; this was not a problem as it fit in with the traffic flow at that time. Arrived with just having dropped to 2 bars, and about 24 miles remaining on the GOM.
Trip 3 was the return. Gridlock on 101 fwy from Palo Alto to San Francisco. Saved enough energy from these slow speeds (5.8 m/kWh) that once I got off the Bay Bridge I was able to take the carpool lane mostly at 65mph all the way to Vallejo, and saved a TON of time. I even threw on the heater near the end
Most of the rest of the time I used steering wheel and seat heat only. Ambient temps ranged from 29F to 39F but with a warm jacket I was fairly comfortable. Fogging was not a problem thanks to low humidity and I'd dehumidified the cabin aggresively for a couple of days leading up to the trip. Arrived home with 2 bars and 13 GOM miles; having spent a bit more energy on the return trip knowing I had the power to do so.
Trip 2 was moving the car at end of charge, to be a good EV citizen. Good thing because someone had already ICEd the other port.
Carwings underestimated the miles slightly
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