I live in Atlanta but I'm from Detroit. I take the trip back home at least once a year. It's a simple drive. I get on I-75 in downtown Atlanta and get off of I-75 in downtown Detroit. You would think that this mid-west corridor would be among the first to receive Supercharger service.
I have two sons and 4 brothers that live along the I-95 corridor. By the end of 2013 I-85 to I-95 through Maine will have SC service. Surprisingly, an obscure corner of Michigan near Lake Michigan will receive SC service before the busy I-75 route from Michigan to Florida.
Finally, some routes are packed with SC service. I-85 has SC stops less than 100 miles apart. Couldn't the postpone density for coverage?
Is anyone with me here or am I off-base and out of touch with the realities of SC network development?
I'm enjoying my Model S. I picked it up exactly 1 month ago today. 3,600 miles later, I'm more happy with it than the day I got it. I guess I just want it all.
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