Those of us who find current smartphone and tablet GUIs a regression to the 1980's and a total security and privacy disaster.
Smartphones and tablets in the 1980s? What universe are you from?
That is a stupid statement and you should feel bad for saying it. If you are bad at a job it is immoral to take the position.
He's an actor not anyone actually important. If someone offers you a lot of cash just to play pretend, you'd be stupid not to take the position.
Morality in Hollywood? Ha!
You'll be surprised how much difference traffic conditions, wind, and rain/snow will make on your range. It's more than just temperature.
If we were to survey all the reviews of the Tesla S, we would consider Broder's review an outlier and disregard it anyway.
Have you considered getting your private pilot's license and maybe flying a more direct route?
Distance isn't quite far enough to make the expense of renting and flying a private plane worth the trouble and expense. I also driven in weather that I wouldn't have wanted to fly in.
I don't always fly, but when I do I let the professionals pilot me around.
You're also driving more than 99% of people in the USA. Edge cases will always be unusual. Now consider this - let's say 50% of people switch over to EVs - that leaves more gasoline for your unusual behavior, saving you money at the pump.
The price at the pump is being manipulated. The US exports a lot of gasoline. A fact that is overlooked when politicians talk about the need for more domestic oil exploration.
I regularly drive one-way 380 miles which is 80 miles longer than the largest battery capacity model advertises. I spend 5-1/2 hours to 6 hours on the road during this commute and would not like adding an hour layover to an already large portion of my day. My current automobile is able to make that commute easily with a 1/2 tank of gas to spare.
I would love the lower fuel costs but the lack of range and the fact that I would probably never have any real savings due to the high cost of the car make the Tesla S model a non-starter for me.
The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.