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ABRP beta app After adding two waypoints on the way to Manchester (small bladder), I wanted to add stops at each (breakfast and lunch). Using the gear icon, I made the first 30 minute stop and traced the route. Then I tried to make the second a 1 hour stop. When I recalculated and saved this one, it reset the first stop to 5 minutes! Android Google Pixel 4, Latest Beta 4.0.46 (505).
Description: When a route includes a ferry connection, ABRP uses the distance of the ferry route as part of the range calculation. This can result in routes not being found for short range vehicles. Link to Plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=aba9bef8-b356-43f0-95e9-5147b91e5a36 Replication Steps: See the link as shown above. Note it includes an 8 km land route, a 436 km ferry route then another 8 km land route. Vehicle used is a Tesla Model S 2012-2018 85D. The route plans correctly. Change the vehicle from an 85D to a 75D. The route does not plan correctly - no routes found. This route should be able to be calculated even with (e.g.) a Nissan Leaf 24kWh. Note that vehicle SOC calculations are correct. The distance is "cancelled out" with the next step (distance is shown as "-428 km") so the total trip distance is correct.
Description: When it becomes 50km/h through villages, the abrp thinks that you should drive 34km/h too fast. https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=16/62.4185/16.5922 Another example: a small road section with a speed camera, so you have to slow down to 80 km/h, https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/107433168#map=16/62.4798/16.3361 This affects the total time over a longer distance Type: Web and app. Link to Plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=4f96b12f-5d71-4d76-b5ec-d6ca3b9cc601
Hello there, I'm trying out ABRP for the first time and I'm noticing that, in Texas USA anyway, that it often takes a longer less efficient route than what might be otherwise possible. I was assuming that a tool like ABRP would choose routes based on distance and elevation gain/loss, but that doesn't appear to be the case. Take this plan for example: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=45ba5eee-ecee-4d93-8be5-7c9dc0dff953 ABRP wants me to go 66 miles, hit Google's route would only take 54: https://goo.gl/maps/3PrECJSoxD2hq2ta8 I'm also a bit flummoxed by the estimated consumption of 4.69 miles/kWh... Under settings is lists the "reference" at 3.33 miles/kWh at 65 mph. These roads all have speed limits of 65, 70, or even 75 mph. So the average consumption should be *less* than 3.33 mi/kWh yet somehow it's estimating nearly 4.7? -Jeremy