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  1. Hi @Gilles.B, We will soon offer a new type of connection which will support VW e-up, Seat Mii electric and Skoda e-citigo + more so stay tuned 😉 We do plan on offering a direct connection to OBD2 possible but currently our partners still have to get the hardware approved for sale before it can be made available to the public. /Katya
  2. Hi @Gleb, It looks like something has failed with links to chargers fetched from OpenChargeMap. We'll look into it! The ocm link to this charger is: https://openchargemap.org/site/poi/details/155328 /Katya
  3. Hi @Random1, When looking up the address in google maps it automatically refers to the place 'Chinati Hot Springs' but OpenStreetMap does not recognise it. The road itself is recognised in OSM but the place seems to be the only one along the road. If you instead search for the place 'Chinati Hot Springs' in ABRP you'll get a match. I've made some additions to OSM and hopefully it'll make the address available in search. Maps should be updated by Sunday evening, CEST. /Katya
  4. Hi @schtruck, We've updated it now! You'll need to refresh the page and perhaps clear cache and then you should get correct price information 🙂 /Katya
  5. Hi @schtruck, We were informed of this a while ago but it seems we haven't gotten to fixing this just yet. Can be a little difficult to get the price difference between HPC and <50kW chargers but we're looking into it now 🙂 /Katya
  6. Hi @CDABEV, Thank you for reporting this! We'll look into what went wrong and try to have it fixed as soon as possible. /Katya
  7. Hi @CDABEV, This is a bug we're looking into, but it'll currently be fixed by selecting English (United States) as language. /Katya
  8. Hi @caf, I've now taken a look at the plan with your actual user settings. It seems one parameter wasn't included in the link provided in this thread. The extra weight made it so that the consumption was high enough for the planner to decide that it would need to stop to charge if going with the first route while without extra weight it tried to decrease speed and did make a suggestion (as in your screenshot), however the only available suggestion would have you arrive at the final destination with a bit lower SoC than allowed. Basically, this is a niche case but it is of course conf
  9. @Whitmarsh, This is not the location? https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?charger_id=7632738 /Katya
  10. Hi @Whitmarsh, Make sure you've also selected the fast charger type 'Tesla CCS'. Only then you'll be able to view and plan with V3 Superchargers in Europe (which most of the new ones are) 🙂 /Katya
  11. Hi @Rav, We do have a comparison similar to what you requested actually. You'll find it here: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/compare/cars/ It isn't yet possible to enter the conditions yourself (it would likely be a bit too heavy for the planner to do all those calculations at once) but it does provide a fairly good comparison on drive vs charge time, number of charging stops etc. in a table. Cost is however not something we're able to make very good estimates on yet as we're still lacking quite a lot of accurate price information. /Katya
  12. Hi @seeMKgo, Tesla provides some different range estimates and we happen to prefer to use the most pessimistic of those. The value in the Tesla app is most likely the "rated" range which is rather optimistic. I know model S and model X owners can switch between different range types but I'm not really sure if this is available for model 3. /Katya
  13. Hi @BoringUsernameRuleFrom80s, Looks like iOS, what version of the app are you using? Make sure you're using the latest version and then log out and log back in with MyTesla and the connection should be authorized again. There's been changes on Tesla's side and we've made adjustments accordingly. Android and web has been up to date for some time but the fixes were delayed a bit for iOS due to Apple's long review time. /Katya
  14. Hi @caf, May have been a temporary glitch. The link makes a valid route now by including the supercharger in Goulburn, was it perhaps this one it drove past previously? /Katya
  15. Hi @dyxyl, Might have been a temporary glitch, because the linked plan doesn't say the same as the screenshot now. We have been updating the maps during the weekend so it is possible it caused some interference with speed limits. /Katya
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