Friday, March 21, 2014
The road Tes traveled
We are just finishing up charging in Onalaska, WI. In the plaza is possibly the world's nicest/cleanest Home Depot, and there's plenty of grass here for Gambol. This is one of the high power superchargers, so we actually have lots of extra charge after walking Gambol around for a bit. On this leg, we crossed the 1000 miles driven mark for our road trip, and so far we've used 358 kWh of energy; according to Wolfram Alpha, that would cost you about $33 in nearby states. But of course it's free for us!
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Fuelly.com, the tracking service I use when I fill up my car, says I have averaged 10.5 cents per mile over 147 fillups so far. So you're beating us by a factor of 3.2. Nice.ReplyDelete