Hey everyone, I picked up my 2018 Zoe ZE40 R110 almost two weeks ago, and I'm currently in the middle of a proper range test. Rather than finish the test out with another 3-4 days of my normal 24-mile commute, I am thinking of trying to finish it in the morning with a drive to the coast. Such a drive would be on similar roads and at similar speeds/terrain to my normal commute, so I figure that'll give me a good idea of just how far I can go on a full charge in the summer. The drive from my house to the nearest point on the coast is 48.8 miles, so just under 100 miles for a round trip. My Zoe currently says 104 miles until empty.... I've checked and ZapMap actually shows quite a few charging stations on the route (roughly Peterborough-Gedney), so I figure if it looks like I won't make it I can just pull of at one of those and charge enough to get me home. Is this a bad idea? On a related note, I don't really plan to use much public charging since this is primarily a commuter car and I will mostly be charging on a granny cable using my home's solar. Along the route I see PodPoint, Ecotricity, "Zap-Home" (is that just someone's house?) and a few others - if it turns out I really need a few kWh to get home can I just show up and charge, or do I need to pre-buy special cards to use them?