A Cross-Country Trip In The Chevy Bolt EV
Back in the day, an EV with 238 miles was ideal to commute within the city limits. But now since there’s a vast expansion of fast charging stations, one can easily move beyond city limits at least along all the major interstates. But a cross-country trip with this range needs extensive planning.
In a very detailed report by David Grunter , he shares his charging strategies, planning routes, trip stats, and how he avoided danger zones.
He drove a total of 1,826.3 miles and spent $214.36 on electricity. With gas, this would be the equivalent of 45.6 gallons at $4.70.