On long road trips through the flowers, you don’t want to stop to charge, you want it solved where… [+] you sleep Yesterday, in part One, I described the realities of taking a road trip (meaning car tourism, not all-day long haul driving) in an electric car like a Tesla, with a focus on how you use the high speed superchargers Tesla has been building out along most major highways. These chargers can get you from low to 50% in about 20 minutes, and fill you up from low in 60 to 80 minutes, at least in the model 3. (It’s longer in the Model S and X.) Supercharging makes car tourism possible — and is necessary for non-stop “get there” driving –  but it still requires you suffer some compromises compared to gasoline life. But to enjoy an electric car, I think it is ideal to not think of it as a very-slow-filling car, but instead one that fills while you  do the necessities of life: Sleep, eat or use the toilet. A car that charges while you sleep takes zero time and nothing, not even gasoline, can beat that. There is an option coming which might offer little compromise. At two hotels on the trip, we discovered (it was not in their hotel listi...