Best Routes for Electric Road-Tripping in USA

Best Routes for Electric Road-Tripping in USA

It is a fact that Americans are really concerned about the environment a lot. Therefore, in the sphere of tourism, electric cars are gaining popularity in the United States every day, as they provide an opportunity to explore the country with comfort, safety with the benefit to the nature. Many of electric cars are equipped with the modern technologies and can facilitate road trips.

By the way, Tesla is considered one of the most advanced electric vehicles. It takes about 5-7 hours to be almost fully charged. Besides, Tesla is incredibly popular in Silicon Valley. The other popular electric cars in USA are:

  • Chevrolet Spark EV 2014-2015
  • 2012-2013 Nissan Leaf
  • Fiat 500x 2014-2017
  • Kia Soul EV 2015-2016
  • Chevrolet Bolt EV 2015-2016

Great Routes around the USA on Electric Car

Route 1: From Surfing to Snow

START: San Diego, California – END: Denver, Colorado

Before the trip, it is recommendable to get acquainted with Budget car rental San Diego locations (see here), where it is possible to hire some electric vehicles. Moving from San Diego to Denver is considered one of the best variants among all American auto trips if you need diversity. You have a great opportunity to see the following sights: Zion National Park, the snowy peaks of Colorado, the Moab desert, the wonderful parks Balboa, Sea World and LEGOLAND in San Diego. Apart from that, you could plunge into the noisy nightlife of sinful Las Vegas.

On the way, you will meet more than 250 charging places. The total number of miles traveled on this route is 1150 miles, which takes about 17 hours.

Route 2: Highway 1 / Route 101

START: Astoria, Oregon – END: Dana Point, California

Actually, it is one of the most picturesque routes for electric road-tripping and is also famous as Historic American Route 101 or Route 1. The trip starts from Oregon down to Southern California, where you could observe marvelous sceneries while driving a car. You will pass by Oregon, Cannon Beach, Monterey, Big Sur, Malibu and other cities towards Dana Point. The route is about 1246 miles, which takes more than 25 hours and includes about 342 charging points.

Route 3: Historical Route 66

START: Santa Monica, California – END: Chicago, ILd Perhaps, the majority of American travelers are aware of the route 66, known as America’s Mother Road , and goes through 8 states, according to this link. A journey that will surely bring a crazy drive and an ocean of adventure. From the dizzying New York through an incredible Chicago straight to sunny California will rush on the roads of the legendary Route 66 and US highways, feel the infinity of the Grand Canyon, explosive parties and casinos in Las Vegas, know fearless Texan cowboys and survival in Death Valley, lit up in the Hollywood film studios. The road crosses 18 states and four time zones. Within a radius of 2 miles from the route there are 250 stations for car charging.

Route 4: The Ultimate Car Travel

START: San Diego, California – END: San Diego, California

In order to take a round trip across America on an electric car, it is quite possible. You rent Tesla in San Diego CA from $165 per week. A perfect trip takes you through the main cities and towns of the USA, past famous attractions and some magnificent national parks. On this particular route, you will start in San Diego and travel to Las Vegas, Portland, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, New York, Washington DC, and many other no less interesting places.

The length of this route is 8410 miles, it takes 128 with 190 charging stations.

Take care of the environment – rent an electric car!

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