Last night, I returned home from my first long road trip in my 2020 Bolt. I went to Penn Yan, NY from Charleston, WV to visit my son. Distance was about 525 miles one way, and we drove about another 500 miles around the finger lakes region visiting wineries, etc., so just a bit over 1500 miles total. It was a pleasant experience that included a mix of DC fast charging using Chargepoint and EA stations and Level-2 charging at a Chargepoint station located at the library in Penn Yan near the hotel I was staying at for overnight top offs. No issues other than an interruped charging session at an EA station in Cambridge, OH on the return trip that I just restarted. Not sure what the issue was there. So the two 525 miles legs (up and back) I did straight through. I found the Bolt to be efficient and comfortable. I never once thought about the seats, so I think Chevy responded to the complaints about the seats in the 2017 Bolt. I just put it in cruise control at about 65 mph for most of the trip and it just hummed along. I was a bit frustrated with Android Auto on the trip up becuase it kept dropping the map display and I couldn't get podcasts to play. A call to my son rectified this problem when he told me to turn off wifi to restore access to the 4G cell network. There were several times people stopped to ask about the car (no doubt due to my licence plate holder that says "It's Electric, No Gas Needed"). One was a postal employee who stopped while I was charging to learn about the Bolt and the other was two young guys staying at my hotel. They were from Russia but lived in the US and were in Penn Yan workng on cell towers. In both cases, they were amazed at the range of the Bolt. I hink that 99% of the public still perceives EVs as having limited range. All-in-all, a great experience and I have no qualms about doing other long trips.