Hit a new high in EV range today, 90.6 kilometers, or 56 miles, that's Chevy Volt territory, yesterday it was 87.1 kilometers. so still climbing. Conditions were the same, in a heated garage, temp 12 degrees centigrade and outside varied from -6 to 0 degrees centigrade, only accessories on was the radio to kill the silence. We still have 3 feet of snow here in northern Ontario and the nights are still frigid, dropping to -14c tonight. Can't wait until it warms up to see if I can hit 100 kilometers. I do my charging between 7pm and 7am as that is the cheapest rates. We have a time of use price periods, off-peak at .065 a kwh, mid-peak at .096 a kwh and an on-peak at .132 cents a kwh (Canadian currency). So with the Clarity's 17 kwh battery at .065 cents a kwh, it cost $1.11 to charge it. There are other charges like delivery charges for hydro but I pay that any way to service the house. I have never used a public charging station as the closest one is a 6-hour drive from here but will make some trips south later this spring. Can anyone tell me what to expect to pay to charge at these charging stations? Do rates vary or have a tier system? I am sure I won't get the rates I pay at home as there must be a premium to cover delivery costs or charging station installation costs.