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A newbie of six days. Charging at 110 at home, but need information for fast charging when on trips?
What sort of information are you looking for? Do you have the EV or PHEV?
 

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Plugshare is good when looking for charging stations on the road. If you want to do some preplanning, A Better Route Planner is a great resource. ABRP
 
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Use ABRP to plan your trip.

Use PlugShare - EV Charging Station Map - Find a place to charge to check on chargers along your route.
For plugshare, select CCS, J1772, and if you want to use your own cables with outlets at campgrounds and such, 14-50 and wall outlets.
The orange chargers are CCS fast chargers, and the green ones are J1772 or outlet slow chargers.
You can charge up to 75-78 kw if the battery is warm and it's at a low state of charge. If it's cold or you are over 70% charge it will be slower. From 90-100% charge it's really slow, so just do what A Better Route Planner tells you to do and it will probably have you unplug at 65-75% and go on to the next charger.
 

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