Interesting! In the northeast, when I’m charging between Maine and NYC, there’s always at least one other Rivian, often more. I’d rank the popularity of vehicles at charging stations that I’ve come across, in order:
Kia EV6/Hyundai Ioniq
Yeah, but you offer an adapter and then make owners pay for it, rather than you having to build it out.
Exactly— regardless of whether or not they do this, it seems silly to be investing time and money into RAN. Let other companies build the chargers.
I’m 10/10 for charging success at EA...
That actually raises an interesting point. I see a bunch of lightnings on the road, but I have never seen one at an EA charger. But I see Rivians at EA all the time. Do lightning owners not know how to adventure?
Seems a lot less crowded than it normally is! The last few times I've been there the lot has been packed to the gills with trucks awaiting delivery.
Re: location-- anywhere they put it is going to be more convenient for some, less for others. I like the chelsea location as it's super close to...
I run ko2s on one of my Land Cruisers and Wildpeaks on the other-- very happy with both, although I'd probably give a slight edge to the ko2s. But the road noise on the scorpions is starting to drive me batty 😂
Yes, this. I drove from Maine to New Mexico last weekend (in an ICE car), and I tried using Waze as I like the police and traffic features, but some of the routing was insane. Sometimes wanting me to get onto the frontage road for 5 miles (when there was absolutely no traffic on the highway)...
First off-- what a beautiful place for this to happen! Whistler is jaw dropping 😀
Secondly-- instead of dropping the trailer, why not turn around and head back to Squamish? I would imagine the extra weight pushing you back down the hill would have helped get you some extra regen juice and you...