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  1. Thank you Jason, Currently my Reference Consumption is fairly high as, even though I have had the car a bit over a year I have only driven it about 6,500 mostly city miles. I would think that once I get on the road for our trip the number will drop. As you suggested I have set ABRP to my current average consumption. There will be several days of driving for our road trip from San Francisco, CA to Santa Fe, NW and back. I do plan to charge up to 100% before starting each day of driving. I have checked Live Data. I guess we will see how that works as we are driving. My car does seem to have a pretty decent Net connection in the Tesla browser, both via LTE and when using my phone as a hotspot for WiFi. And on my iPad via WiFi to with the phone's hotspot. I have only tried this out in the city while parked on the side of the road. I have not tried this while driving.
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    Description: I made all my route plans on my desktop computer. Because I wanted to synchronize my plans on my desktop and my iPad as well as my car (Tesla Model 3) I have registered and then logged into ABPR Login on all my devices. I was under the impression that by doing this I would be able to see all of my plans on all of my devices. However, when I try to open a saved plan on my iPad or in the browser in the car I get a message that says: "You have no saved plans." I wonder if this is a bug or if I am doing something wrong.
  3. I made all my route plans on my desktop computer. Because I wanted to synchronize my plans on my desktop and my iPad as well as my car (Tesla Model 3) I have registered and then logged into ABPR login on all my devices. I was under the impression that by doing this I would be able to see all of my plans on all of my devices. However, when I try to open a saved plan on my iPad or in the browser in the car I get a message that says: "You have no saved plans." I wonder if this is a bug or if I am doing something wrong.
  4. I made all my route plans on my desktop computer. Because I wanted to synchronize my plans on my desktop and my iPad as well as my car (Tesla Model 3) I have registered and then logged into ABPR login on all my devices. I was under the impression that by doing this I would be able to see all of my plans on all of my devices. However, when I try to open a saved plan on my iPad or in the browser in the car I get a message that says: "You have no saved plans." I wonder if this is a bug or if I am doing something wrong.
  5. There are a few settings that I don't understand and how to set them properly when planning my route. 1. Reference consumption. How do I accurately determine to set this properly? 2. Start Depart Charge and Use Live Data. How does this work? 3. Use live data. What does this do? 4. Live Car Connection (related to 3?) View Live Data. What does this do? It seems that I can use my Model 3 browser only when my car is connected to WiFi. Is it possible to use ABRP in my car's browser on the road where I will not have WiFi access anywhere. I can activate my phone as a hotspot, but I am not sure if my car will see it to connect to it.
  6. Another weird thing happened just now. When I plan the same route as before from Santa Fe to Sedona with a waypoint in Paguate, ABRP now does it right by automatically adding the Supercharger in Albuquerque. Before this was not the case. The route from Santa Fe to Paguate showed red with a notification of 68 mph. I had to manually add the Albuquerque Supercharger. It looked like the attached image. Only after I added the the Albuquerque SC, did the red line turn blue. Must have been a "glitch in the Matrix".
  7. Where are you from? I am from San Francisco, CA, USA What car do you drive? I drive a Tesla Model 3, LR RWD What's the longest trip you've taken in your EV? I haven't taken a long trip yet. The longest trip I have taken was a day trip of about 150 miles. We are now planning a trip of about 2,700 miles. From San Francisco to Santa Fe, NM, and back via a different route. Part of the route back home will be from Santa Fe, NM to Sedona, AZ. ABRP suggests Supercharger stops at Gallup, NM (About 200 miles) and Holbrook, AZ. However, when I add a planned waypoint at Paguate, NM (to visit a friend) something weird happens. I am now told, in red with the road to Paguate also in red, that I should not exceed 68 mph., even though I added only a few miles between Santa Fe and the Gallup Supercharger. Why is this? Is this about elevation I don't know about? Should I add a charging stop at the Albuquerque Supercharger? Thanks in asdvance.

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