I'm working on a trip itinerary that will take me from Cleveland through 30 to 40 national parks and back. According to abetterrouteplanner I'll be driving around 180 hours and charging for 30 hours distributed across countless supercharging stations. My main worry is that one of those surpercharger sites might be down for some reason. So my question is: what would happen if I'm the middle of nowhere, in need of charging and the superchargers aren't available (and I don't mean by this that they are occupied ). Would Tesla's road assistance take care of me and take my car (free of charge) to the closest working supercharger? Has anyone you know have had a similar experience?