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  1. Description: In round trip mode, when there are an odd number of charges to be taken, it seems useful to have the option of taking the additional charge on the way to the midwaypoint or on the way back (or prioritize getting to a specific waypoint ASAP). Use Case: Most times you want to get to a destination where you can't charge fast and if needed cahrge on the way back (home) which isn't as time critical. Also possible is the desire to reduce chargetime for a passenger that gets on at a waypoint.
  2. There is round trip mode. Like this: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=61a3b741-8fcd-4cac-a1af-2871900eb6b2 You activate it by clicking the u-shaped arow right of the destination.
  3. It would be nice to have the Ioniq Facelift with 38,3kWh battery in the planner to start planning trips and comparing. Just a copy of the existing Ioniq model but with the bigger battery wuld suffice, as the new mass and charging curve is unknown still but the rest should be the same (or about) anyways. Driving Model: Option 1 - Analytical - Same as Ioniq 28kWh except mass, which is unknown. Battery capacity is 38,3kWh Charging Model: Charge Curve - Unknown, Expect not worse thatn Ioniq 28kWh
  4. It really would be nice to have a preliminary model in the planner. Battery will be 35kWh. Charging will be 50kW CCS. Total width ................................................................................................1,830 With exterior mirrors ......................................................................2,100 Height ...........................................................................................................1,670 Electricity consumption.................................≈ 14 kWh/100 km (WLTP) Unladen weight ready to drive ...............approx. 1,400 kg CW was 0.29 i think. It was mentioned in one of their YouTube videos.
  5. Description: Planning routes and avoiding highways with an Ioniq never works. Now i figured out that it works only with fast charging options Supercharger or Supercharger CCS enabled, but not with CCS or Chademo. Link to Plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=2e6ee0ac-34bc-47e9-9f72-4a332a41b579 Replication Steps: Select Avoid on Route Highways with Fast Chargers options CCS or Chademo selected Plan Route Get "No route found" error Select a Tesla car and get no error on the same route Select a Model 3 and deselect Supercharger (CCS becomes selected) Get "No route found" error again
  6. Perfect, case closed then :)
  7. Have patience. The developers are doing this in their spare time.
  8. Description: When right-clicking on the map you show the position in coordinates, yet one cannot search a place by coordinates. Please add the ability to set a waypoint by coordinates. Use Case: There are websites and apps which generate more interesting routes or sunday trip routes and care only about the road, not village names; so they give waypoints by coordinates. Also exact charger locations are often given in coordinates.
  9. Sounds like the same problem as https://forum.abetterrouteplanner.com/topic/184-unnecessary-charge-is-used/
  10. Sounds like the same problem as https://forum.abetterrouteplanner.com/topic/184-unnecessary-charge-is-used/
  11. The charging curve for customer vehicles is a bit different to the charging curve of the known test vehicles. See here: https://youtu.be/8ng1-TDJx8k?t=310
  12. logic

    Fewer stops

    You can use the long break option to force charging to 100%. In this case this lets you make the jump from Aberdeen to Chester (just) and from Fayetteville to UOSC: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=de017658-1df1-4f92-863a-d5a89f2282cd You can also use the charger options to force to charge to a higher state of charge then adding a charger as waypoint: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=d52f55a6-7980-4ab2-aed6-9f14a0ac275c
  13. What would be the difference to "Add this charger as waypoint"?
  14. Description: When planning possibly broken chargers are not used automatically with the message "This charger has limited function and is not used in automatic planning. Check web page!" I would like an option to make these chargers used by the planner again, but with a short warning message to check availability myself. Use Case: Nowadays there are many charging spots at one location and only one charger of many is possibly broken, maybe not even one you can use (example: using ccs, chademo is broken). Another possible usecase would be to plan trips in advance, where the charging spot will probably be fixed until then. One would, of course, need to replan with the option unchecked one day in advance to get the actual usable route or confirm the previously planned route. Or to just find the optimal route if all charging spots were working as intended.

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