Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Plano, Texas
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It does require more planning and some more time than gas, but not as bad as people presume, and honestly taking a little more time at meals or the like while charging is a more relaxing trip if you can spare the time.
I think that's the key if you take it on the road. One of my colleagues has the high end model, and took it on a cross country trip last year. He scheduled his stops and charging such that he was doing 300 or so miles per day, and using the charging time to do some sightseeing and other touristy stuff.
Based on your post, it seems reasonable, assuming the charging resources are available, to plan 600 or more miles per day, which is plenty for most folks.
If your socket set is all the same brand, you might be a city slicker.