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- Feb 13, 2020
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- M38A-1, Trans-am
Hell just pull up and take over 2-3 spaces while leaving the attached boat covering 1-2 non-electric charging spots , charge what ya can until someone starts "FLAPPIN THEIR GUMS" then "be Canadian" and say "I'm sorry" or the new irresponsible one "I'm sorry your offended" then vamoose!Lots of great threads and info on towing. Given that 31% of us that responded to the towing poll plan to tow a boat, I would love to hear thoughts on whether i can make it to the lake and back with my bassboat without supercharging, and if so, how much battery energy, if any, I would have left when I get home. Here's my scenario - CT3, fully charged at 560 miles, round trip of 298 miles, towing a dual axle bassboat weighing 5225 lbs (boat, trailer, fuel, gear, but no cover to reduce drag), 70% of the trip will be interstate traveling at 75 mph (yes - I know the posted speed limit is 70!), and the other 30% of the trip running at 60 mph.
Then again, I am not sure what the config of your areas Epumps are.