Pretty easy, actuallyTsiah wrote: how the hell is anyone getting over 5mi/kWh average?
Live in a very flat area (like Texas or Nebraska), drive at 30 mph or less, plan stops well in advance and coast to all stops shifting into neutral, accelerate slowly and only as much as necessary. Slipstream behind other cars whenever possible and avoid driving in the rain if possible. Boring as Hell to do but you'll be surprised at the mileage gains possible.Tsiah wrote:I'm not sure what my monthly is ATM, but I'm getting anywhere from 3.4-3.7mi/kWh driving pretty much all freeway, 82 mile round trip commute every day.
Edit: 3.5mi/kWh this month according to EV services app.
Looking at world rankings, how the hell is anyone getting over 5mi/kWh average? The top 5 are from 8.8-10.3... That's insane. Are they getting towed for most of their drive?