Teslas would not charge at dealers (Honda or not), so amenities in near those locations are irrelevant. Superchargers were intentionally placed near the things that people will want when they stop, restrooms, food etc. Either you are uninformed or being intentionally obtuse And a VERY small percentage of the population would drive the 7+ hours with only 3 minute bathroom breaks and switch drivers, so putting that scenario on a comparison card, is as I said - nonsense. You even admit you would never do such a thing. Plus, it is extremely unlikely that someone that was planning on using a Tesla for long distance travel would buy the very base model with the lowest range. If you want to cherry pick from the Tesla side, compare to one with 370 miles of range and no refueling costs. Or compare it with the Roadster 2 with 600 miles of range - no fuel stops at all. If you posted that sign at my NDEW event, either it would come down or you would be asked to leave (and possibly only the latter). No argument, no discussion necessary. I find it rather appalling that anyone would think it proper to come to an event about driving on electricity and advocate the use of gas. Not questioning your right to hold that opinion, but certainly questioning your judgement in how and where you chose to express it.