Kudos to the bothers and sisters at Tesla for pointing your middle-finger at GM/Nissan/OPEC and Saudi terrorists, you guys help to break the US oil addiction, thanks for that accomplishment!
But please explain this error message, I did research, you guys are supposed to eliminate this issue because your test vehicles are from the latest production batch (with latest software update). I also noticed that during your trip in IN/OH, you used significantly more energy (turned on the AC to get rid off the moisture?), remember your previous trip in mountainous area at temperature well below 32F, traffic snarl around Denver (you guys confessed that you did not dare to turn on heat in Colorado despite it was REALLY REALLY COLD), yet you use less energy than the trip in Indiana? The temperature was not that cold, and the traffic was excellent on Saturday afternoon between Mishawaka&Maumee. So does this indicate any noticeable battery degradation after multiple fast charge? Can you also reveal the energy use per mile during the last few stops? (in OH, PA, MD, DE, NJ, etc? ) How does fast charge affect battery longevity, I heard it is NOT recommended unless you have to!
It is super to drive through the country without spending a penny on gasoline, keep up the good work, do you expect to shorten the fast charge in the future? 45-50 min fast charge to 70% still not very convenient, that is after every two hour driving? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm