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  1. I am not surprised to see that level of reduction, just curious if there was someway I could get A Better Route Planner or the in-car system to predict my range better when using a roof rack. Would just adjusting Reference Consumption do that? So for example if I assume 324 wh/mi, do I multiply that by 1.33 and instead use 430 wh/mi when I've got the roof rack on?
  2. I’m planning a day long drive with bikes on a roof rack and wondering what adjustments to the planned assumptions would be good. In the past, I’ve seen the energy drop a fair bit faster than driving without the roof rack but I didn’t drive far enough to figure out how to adjust the assumptions. Tesla model S75

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