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I am trying to plan an overnight trip from St. Louis to Orlanso.  I want to plan on the computer and then use the phone or transfer to the Car.  First after I save the trip, then open it on the phone, it's not the same trip.  it seems to drop waypoint I inserted for wher I want to stop.  Then when I "send to Tesla" I get an error message.  If you update and save again it vreates a new trip instead of just updating the old trip or asking if you want to overwrite.  Having written applications it almost feels like they have someone who actually hates people who travel doing the coding.  Very confusing as many forums seem to think this is a great app and I just find it utterly confusing.

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Hi @Jwh2022Tesla,

The community forum is intended for discussion among users but our developers are happy to receive feedback and issue reports over at https://abrp.upvoty.com/
(You can also reach this page via the 'Support & feedback' section at the bottom of the settings menu in the app or on the website)

The error message you're getting may be due to your car not being correctly linked to ABRP. If you submit a bug report through the app or send us an email we'll get your user details and can investigate it for you.


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Where can I find basic instructions for using this app and website? It is not intuitive. e.g. I want to plan a March trip from St. Louis Missouri to Dallas Texas. I want to start on a specific day at 9 AM. The time of departure is grayed out in the planner. I can put in the time as 9:00 a.m., but when I go to the next step it jumps back to planning the trip from the current time of the day. There are many other similar frustrations. Some basic instruction on the required steps would be very useful.

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On 10/22/2022 at 6:09 AM, Jwh2022Tesla said:

Where are you from? St. Louis, MO Candy Crush

What car do you drive? 2022 Tesla Y

What's the longest trip you've taken in your EV? trying to plan a 1,000 mile trip

I am from the USA. I drive the Mercedes EQS 580 2022 because it is a modern, luxurious, elegant vehicle that I absolutely love for commuting and for long journeys. Speed 130 mph, 0–60 in 5 seconds and 45mpg overall (UK, not US gallon). 

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