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  1. Well this software is amazing, very accurate. I'm 1900kms into a 7600km trip and until 1300kms I was out only 2 minutes... very cool. Thank you,
  2. Where are you from? Canada What car do you drive? Bolt What's the longest trip you've taken in your EV? So far 320kms but leaving in three days for 7400kms in 11 days, if I can get my route back lol
  3. I'm not really understanding how my saved route has changed to now go into the US and added 9 hours. It was ready to go for Saturday and now is gone. The only way I can keep it in the country is to set a network preference for Petro Canada chargers but that doesn't then seem to allow me to add a waypoint with a different brand of charger and then the route show as not possible route. Any suggestions greatly appreciated and I am looking for a reason to bail on the trip lol... Edmonton to Toronto 3600kms each way.
  4. Hello, My saved plan seems to have changed and now dips into the US. I need it to stay in Canada because our borders are closed to non-essential travel. How can I get the plan back to Canada only please? Thanks in advance,
  5. Hello, Whenever I add a way point for an extra charging stop it is out of sequence at the bottom of the list. If I drag it up to the correct position my system locks up. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong please? Thanks in advance,
  6. I have my plan for my trip next week that goes from Edmonton to Toronto and back and if I open up each individual charger window it shows the charge rate as the chargers maximum not the maximum for my selected vehicle. Do I have to manually change the rate for all 21 charging stops to make the plan more accurate? Thanks,
  7. Moved post to planning lounge.
  8. Mountie The stars have aligned and I find myself with a 10 day gap so I'm going to attempt a drive from Edmonton to Toronto in my 8 month old 2019 Chevy Bolt. I've been driving Volts since 2013 (gen 1 and gen 2) but never attempted a long trip. Any tips gratefully appreciated at this point so I don't chicken out 🙂 Great to be here, Mountie
  9. The stars have aligned and I find myself with a 10 day gap so I'm going to attempt a drive from Edmonton to Toronto in my 8 month old 2019 Chevy Bolt. I've been driving Volts since 2013 (gen 1 and gen 2) but never attempted a long trip. Any tips gratefully appreciated at this point so I don't chicken out 🙂 Great to be here, Mountie

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