That would make sense. And give you a visual of the backup chargers in case the planned one is not working / full / etc
I don’t see that for at least another 10 years and maybe more, except in the EV states.Imagine the future where there are enough lvl 3 chargers to not have to plan the trip. . .
I cannot wait. Wait nope I can wait because I have to wait
Still it is kinda of an adventure now and we do have tow to charging as a free back up
I don't see this as the future.Imagine the future where there are enough lvl 3 chargers to not have to plan the trip. . .
A lot of states are starting to do this as they wake up to the fact they lose gas tax revenue with EV owners.Wa state is a “ev confused state” they actually tax us more on Evs vs ice but there are also buying rebates for cheaper Evs.
And yeah I think you are right that this will be a state by state affair and a good reason to avoid road trips to some states.
The P8 rides heavy and I can't imagine how someone in say NYC could live with this car as on rough roads you can feel the way the car struggles to smooth that out as best as possible. The driving dynamic between the P8 and my wife's T5 are like 2 different cars.It makes sense and hinestly I am okay with it. I would be delighted if the roads were not pot holed death traps
Okay that’s an exaggeration but they are not doing great.