That's another one that makes me crazy! If I'm on a route and I want to look at other chargers in the area in need to stop in... I can't... I have to end my route, and then I can click on the charging stations to see if any of them are 350 or not. It's all these little things that are making me crazy.I have found the Rivian Maps experience to be subpar, at best. I live in the DC area and I-66 is one of the main thoroughfares through the region and runs just a few blocks from my house. Rivian MAPS refuses to map any route the includes I-66, ever, even if Waze and Apple Maps (and common sense) say otherwise. If I punch in a route to both Waze and Rivian Maps and take I-66 because Waze included it, Rivian Maps will consistently tell me to exit I-66. It’s really odd.
I use Rivian Maps together with Waze or Apple Maps on long trips because Rivian Maps tells me where I need to stop to charge. For me, that’s Rivian Maps’ only value proposition.