Traveling 400+ miles from Sacramento area to Santa Barbera. Hoping to avoid lines and issues with leaving Tuesday morning. Should only need 1 stop w/ GT on 20’s.As the title suggests, I'm curious which one of us are traveling by car and taking the Lucid or any EV?
Who amongst us dares to take on EA and every other EV on one of the busiest travel days of the year?
Traveling 400+ miles from Sacramento area to Santa Barbera. Hoping to avoid lines and issues with leaving Tuesday morning. Should only need 1 stop w/ GT on 20’s.
"An electric counterpart to the Navigator will arrive by 2026, riding on the next-generation Ford F-150 Lightning's dedicated EV truck platform."Eh, makes sense. I would prefer it too if it was electric! That is never happening in the short term though...
lol I still can't believe you got the hummer
What time did you hit Kettleman city? On Sunday at 1:10 pm the wait was 1 hour. 2 of 10 chargers were not working. In Santa Clarita Plug and charge worked but 1 charger was unavailable.Traveled from East Bay to Orange County yesterday. I lined up at Kettleman City to charge up and have lunch. Besides lined up for 15 minutes, EA charging was smooth. I stopped by EA at Santa Clarita to top off 80% for the next few days. I encountered EA didn't take plug-and-charge. Plug in the car, initial authentication failed. EA screen shown unplug and replug to start charging. After two unplug and replug, the Lucid app pop up on the phone asking to authenticate charging through the app. After authentication through the app, charging went pretty smooth.
Shortly after my AT start charging, a Porsche arrived and parked attempted to charge at the next stall to our. Plug-and-charge failed for the charge as well. It appeared that plug-and-charge didn't work at the Santa Clarita EA.